Re: New Kernel still will not boot
- From: Mario Guenterberg <mario.guenterberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2010 23:25:57 +0200
On Fr, Apr 23, 2010 at 01:25:55 -0700, Michael Miles wrote:
I find that with Nouveau the Video card does not perform properly.
It is still under development.
I found thawhen I get a Nvidia Driver update with new kernel I will
do the update through add/remove software and search nvidia
I then select which Nvidia Driver I want then it loads the kernel
and kernel mod for the driver automatically.
I do this everytime a new kernel comes out with the new driver.
Also you must blacklist nouveau in the grub.config
This guide is quite handy
Just remember once the driver, kernel mod and kernel are installed
do not reboot
Edit grub.config and blacklist nouveau
A fully functioning video card is much more desirable.
NVclock for upping speed of the Nvidia as they can handle quite the
Hi, I've not seen the complete thread.
I have a similiar config in my notebook. I've installed the
akmod-nvidia rpm from rpmfusion and has no problem after a
reboot. BUT, before I have this done, I have added the
rdblacklist=nouveau entry in the /etc/grub.conf.
-----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
GCM/IT d(-) s+(++):+(++) a+ C+++(++++) UBLC+++(++++) P++ L+++(++++)
E--- W+++ N++ o+ K- !w !O !M !V PS++ PE++ Y+ PGP+++ t 5 X++++ R+++
tv b++++ DI++ D+++ G++ e h---- r+++ y+++
------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------
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