On 01/05/2020 06.24, Knurpht-openSUSE wrote:
Op vrijdag 1 mei 2020 04:20:23 CEST schreef Carlos E.
> On 01/05/2020 02.32, Knurpht-openSUSE wrote:
>> Op vrijdag 1 mei 2020 01:46:04 CEST schreef Carlos E. R.:
If you rebuild the kernel from sources and use the
existing config, you
end up with the same kernel. Must say I haven't read the entire thread.
That would have kept me busy for another day :D
I know, so I have to explain him how to clone the existing config, then
how to modify the correct setting for what he needs, and how to make it
all. Not trivial.
(assuming the module builds and was not removed intentionally)
Which would leave
Marc with a sytem that can no way be upgraded to 15.2
without a lot of manual interference. Why not deal with defaults and really
But his problem is that he needs the mkiss problem which the default
kernel in 15.1 doesn't have. That's his initial problem. It is what he
wants, the mkiss module.
How do you suggest to get that kernel module?
We tried updating the kernel to the one in 15.2, because that's the
solution they are suggesting now in other bugzillas. That kernel is
valid for Leap 15, should present a minimum of problems, and has the
wanted module. Problem: there is no gfxG03 Nvidia rpm for it.
So we suggested building the nvidia driver "the hard way" (it has that
name in the wiki). It failed.
So, what next? What do you suggest?
Please, read the entire thread and don't complain that much.
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 15.1 x86_64 at Telcontar)