Just one more thing, that may or may not be obvious to you: after you install the kernel source rpm, make sure you run YOU to update it the same rpm version as your kernel's.
On Sunday 30 January 2005 08:31, Adalberto Castelo wrote:
Here's what you need:
- install the kernel source rpm from SuSE.
- go to /usr/src/linux (where the source should be when you use the suse
rpms) and type $ make cloneconfig This will make sure that the config file used by make to create dependencies will match your current kernel's config. 3) type $ make prepare-all 4) make sure your system is in init 3 (go to a terminal and type init 3 as root, or type '3' on the suse splash screen that shows the boot menu (kernel, safe mode, etc.) 5) go back to where you have the .run pkg, type $ sh NVIDIA-etc-etc.run --kernel-source-path=/usr/src/linux
I assume you can set up the XConfig file or have one already working.
Now, do not mess with what is in /lib, unless you know what you're doing. And do not use kernel sources that do not match you kernel perfectly.
That should get you going. Good luck.