do you know if you have the source of your kernel installed? If you do then you can install the drivers with those.
If not you will have to either install the source or install a new kernel yourself. I would've thought that the nVidia drivers have support for the default Mandrake kernel though...
And yes, IA32 is the correct one for the best part of Linux boxes...
Edit: You might find 'rpm -qa | grep kernel' useful, though I don't know how Mandrake works with it (I haven't used much of anything besides RH) it shows me the kernel packages installed. Might be useful.
Last edited by Awatto; 12-16-2003 at 06:07 AM.