Sorry to pour water on your fire, but, I'm in the same boat as our friend who started this thread, and when the install script gives you the option of going back to nVidia's site to download a driver appropriate to the rev of the O/S, but, guess what?
One does not exist. nVidia can't really be expected to keep up with every kernel patch with a separate driver compiled for each.
Then it gives the option of compiling a driver on your machine but it requires the matching kernel-source RPM. But hey,
Go to redhat.com and all your going to find is the source for
the initial realease of RH 9... Go straight to jail, do pass Go, do not collect $200. No good for those of us who heed RedHat's recommendation to keep your kernel patched up for security bug fixes.
So here I sit with this new nVidia FX 5200 and no X.
So what's a fella to do? Take it back to the store and buy what?