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Originally posted by Micro420 Mandrake 10.0 is evil, I tell you! I use Mandrake 9.1 and I don't encounter any of these problems that are rampant on these Linuxquestion forums.
Count me in here. I just removed a non-working 10.0 and am trying to get 9.1 up again. After 18 months or so of great service from 9.1, for totally unknown reasons it stopped making the switch from NIC to modem, and so I finally tried 10.0 IT also could not find the NiC nor modem, and it also could not log out with the three latest Nvidia drivers. 9.1 had a similar problem, which required the use of gdm.
I am glad I did not buy SuSe for $80+ and find out the enclosed Nvidia drivers would not work for me, making the distro useless.
I'm a little late in this post but I had a similar issue.
Did you uninstall the UT2004 demo before installing the retail version of UT2004,that was my problem and it was not related to drivers or MDK 10.0.
I don't recall the exact error but after uninstalling the demo then reinstalling the retail UT2004 it ran fine without any issues.
AMD 2500+ o/c 24000MHZ
Gainward GF4 Ti4200 latest Nvidia Linux drivers ( these drivers were updated after the UT2004 install )
512 megs Mushkin PC 3500