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Old 12-26-02, 07:50 AM   #1
kiran
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Default How to get my gui going

I bought a new computer.

Athlon XP 2000+
ASUS A7N266 VM Motherboard
(it has built in GeForce graphics card 3d sound etc)
I dont know which rpm to download and what to do to get my gui working in Linux RedHat 7.2.

O tried reading what they have given.
I dint understand a bit.

Can some one help me
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Old 12-26-02, 09:55 PM   #2
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There was an issue with using the nForce boards and RedHat.... it was in this forum and it was a pretty big thread. I cant remember what it was about exactly but I do think it was something with the nForce and the nvidia drivers not being happy together....
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Old 12-30-02, 04:48 PM   #3
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Please visit http://www.nvidia.com/view.asp?IO=li..._ia32_1.0-4191 to download accelerated drivers for your NVIDIA video card. NVchooser.sh is available if you're unsure of which drivers to download. (usage: 'sh NVchooser.sh')

You'll probably be using on of the available binary NVIDIA_kernel RPMs. Please see the "Installing via RPM" section of the README for detailed install instructions.

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