Op vrijdag 1 mei 2020 04:20:23 CEST schreef Carlos E. R.:
On 01/05/2020 02.32, Knurpht-openSUSE wrote:
Op vrijdag 1 mei 2020 01:46:04 CEST schreef
Carlos E. R.:
On 01/05/2020 01.34, Knurpht-openSUSE wrote:
Op vrijdag 1 mei 2020 01:06:46 CEST schreef Marc
>> Plan C: in your situation, *I* would go back to the 15.1 kernel,
>> install the sources, and compile my own kernel with the mkiss driver
>> added. I can guide you with this one.
No need for the entire sources.
Plan C needs the entire sources, because the idea is to build a new
kernel with the mkiss module included.
Your plan is a variation of plan B, proprietary Nvidia drivers the hard
way, but with dkms.
I will wait for Marc to see if your plan works, and if not I'll explain
the plan C in detail ;-)
> kernel-default-devel is enough ( apart st
> the other deps from the 'hard way'
> What works:
> Install dkms
> Enable ( and start ) the dkms service through YaST's services manager
> Download the latest appropriate NVIDIA....run for your card
> Run the NVIDIA......run with --dkms option. It will trigger a rebuild of
> the nvidia kernel modules at a kernel update.
> On major kernel updates people have reported
> 1. To need an extra reboot
> 2. To need to download a newer NVIDIA...run from NVIDIA's site.
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
From what I read - following the list - almost every
one of you is running a
modified system. How would packagers, realease people ever
be able to deal
with that? No one f.e. will create an openQA test for upgrading a 15.1
install with a 15.2 kernel.
Gertjan Lettink a.k.a. Knurpht
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