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Old 01-06-2004, 04:07 PM   #1
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Angry Fedore Core and Nvidia


I have downloaded the necessary drivers from nvidia and when I get to install it is asking for the path to kernel header. I have the source to .2115 kernel. But, I have upgraded to the new .2138 kernel. I have downloaded the source in a rpm file. I need to upack, or unzip the file so NVidia can recompile the kernel. How do I do that. It also keeps asking for the kernel-include-path?

It seems it is looking for a file called kernel.h?

Any way to get the kernel .2138 in something other than a rpm file?
 
  


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