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Old 02-06-10, 04:34 AM   #4
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Default Re: new legacy releases for FreeBSD-8.0 needed

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Originally Posted by wb.kloke View Post
I am not sure, but this may have been the type of error, why I disabled Linux support. in nv-freebsd.h. You have to disable going into the linux directories from the Makefile, too.

You mentioned 96.43.14. I looked into the ftp server and found 96.43.16, too, there. But both tar.gz's could be extracted by FreeBSD tar. What is happening there?
96.43.14 is the latest official since I upgraded from 6.0-CURRENT November 2004 to the February 1, 2010 9.0-CURRENT and got ports/x11/nvidia-driver compiled and installed except it was the wrong version and it told me to goto http://www.nvidia.com/object/unix.html to get the 96.43.xx driver which is what I did. What exactly did you disable in nv-freebsd.h or how exactly is it done?
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