On 01/05/2020 16.35, Masaru Nomiya wrote:
In the Message;
Subject : Re: [opensuse] mkiss kernel module missing
Message-ID : <ad953623-5b2a-9949-86eb-9119608c6380(a)telefonica.net>
Date & Time: Fri, 1 May 2020 15:59:32 +0200
[CER] == "Carlos E. R." <> has written:
CER> > I couldn't understand the difference between Plan B and Plan C.
CER> > What's the difference?
CER> Plan B was install 15.2 kernel (done) and install Nvidia driver
CER> the hard way (failed).
Did he failed with the proprietary driver?
Or, with the openSUSE provided driver?
gfxG03 rpm does not exist.
He could not make "the hard way":
CER> Plan C is install a modified kernel.
CER> It was explained days ago.
CER> Before doing your way (plan C) he has to undo the applied plan B.
Are these plans designed for the mkiss's driver?
If so, why?
Plans B and C were the alternatives we offered him to try.
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 15.1 x86_64 at Telcontar)