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Old 03-03-03, 07:28 AM   #2
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I'm using SuSE 8.1 Pro as well, and I tried both:

installation via src.rpm, and installation with rpm via yast2.

Both worked well, but I had to reinstall the driver, because I set up a new Linux in between. So I did the yast2 prodcedure as following:

*installed Suse 8.1 from DVD with "nv" default dummy driver

*clicked the 4191-kernel.rpm - installed with yast2

*clicked the 4191-GLX.rpm - installed with yast2

*edited the XF86Config according to the manual

*system reboot


I recommend you try the easiest way first, unless you have anything other that the default Suse 8.1 setup
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