Please only quote the relevant part of the email you
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especially if you are referring to "this".
Sorry would never happen
I guess you are asking if the
conflict persists if the KMPs are rebuilt? The modules
do not use these
two symbols, they just happen to use some other symbols from the same
"symset". Rebuilding the KMPs would make the problem go away,
something I'd like to avoid (reportedly, it takes
some effort to publish
those KMPs, so the kernel update would not work for users of nvidia/ati
cards for some time).
It's already the case with ati, the actual repo offer just off-date driver and they
Actually each user of 11.3 with fglrx has build the drivers by himself or use rpm made by
and they will have to launch the fglrx-kernel-build.sh script on each kernel update.
I understand for the nvidia : but it's not too hard to have them rebuild, one time
for the distribution.
and so the nvidia.ko will be placed in the right lib/module directory
Also a quite numbers of users early adopter of 11.3 have build themselves the nvidia
It's just my advise ( the poor guys who made ati-rpm for user) who say that.
Just do your great job, like the habit you have.
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