Originally posted by TheOneKEA
The problem is that he had to do an -e --force to get rid of some other OpenGL library (probably an XFree86-Mesa package or something).
That's exactly right. I erased the XFree86-Mesa-libGL package because it conflicted with my nvidia drivers.
Ever since that everything works like a charm except installing/upgrading new packages needing libGL.so.1 when I have to use --nodeps, which I don't think I should need to since there IS a libGL.so.1 in my system, just rpm doesn't know.