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SELinux is disabled.. And I did not use the nvidia.com driver because I thought that would not work, but I will try that soon!
Did not use yum because I want to manually install so I can burn files to a cd and use it on a pc without the internet connection.. & I want to have "control" over the install so that I know it is possible to do the same installmethod / procedure on an another pc..
What a sad issue concerning Nvidia and FC 5. After searching for a solution to my TNT2 card, of which only legacy is available (downgrading kernel), Went and brought myself a geForce4.
Problem went away and should stay away until FC 15...
Sound advice for you if your heading towards livna legacy site.
Now I have installed nvidia drivers from livna on different kernels in fc5 and both i386 & x86_64.
It works everytime now, starting to get a hold of it!
Only needs to install the dependencies..
(the newest versions)
Hi im trying to duplicate what you did because I already disabled selinux and still get the selinux-policy < 2.2.29-2.fc5 conflicts error and the drivers from nvidia.com simply dont work. However, I ran into problem with libsepol \. It seems there is a dependency conflict with an older version of libsepol. I tried rpm -q libsepol to know what exactly to remove but it says there are multpile packages? how do I remove multiple packages when they are the same?????