bigjohn is right, I had this problem once with my debian installation
I had installed from woody (and kept the woody kernel), than upgraded to debian sid (kernel remained the same but upgraded to newer gcc version)
so I had a kernel that was compiled with a different version of gcc,
you need to compile the nvidia driver with same gcc version as your kernel, so more probably you will need to upgrade the kernel or downgrade gcc
sweet*amber, you ever compiled your own kernel? For me the only solution was compiling my own kernel so that it was done with the same version of gcc. If you're debian user you should install nvidia drivers before upgrading to sid, for the other distro's I don't know what gcc is used for the prebuilt kernels.
Last edited by kingka; 05-03-2004 at 01:45 AM.