Re: How to enable new videocard in Fedora?
Date: Tue, 05 Oct 2004 14:27:04 -0700
Digital Puer wrote:
> Hi, I bought a new nVidia 6800GT videocard, and now I can't seem to
> start Xwindows in Fedora (It gives me an error giving me a list of
> supported videocards, but mine isn't on the list). I just downloaded
> the latest nVidia drivers for linux, but I was wondering if there are
> any additional resource files I need edit in Fedora to get it to
> recognise this card?
1. Boot into runlevel 3
2. Go to the directory containing the NVidia driver file.
3. As root, enter:
# chmod +x *.run
Your name for the last named file may be different.
4. Edit your X11 configuration to use driver "nvidia".
5. Change to runlevel 5.
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