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Default Check for 100.14.19 support in a script?

We have over 100 Fedora machines with various Nvidia GPUs installed. We install the Linux drivers at OS install time in a postinstall script using kickstart.

Is there an easy way, using the driver .run file, to see if the GPU in the machine is supported? I'd like to load the appropriate pkgX.run file, and I need a quick check in a script to tell me which one to use.

I know the installation process runs this check somewhere.

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