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Old 01-26-2004, 05:01 AM   #1
Moebius
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yanc with 64-bit Nvidia driver?


I just installed the 64bit Nvidia driver and I want to configure my second monitor and whatnot using yanc. I downloaded the rpm from the Mandrake Club website and try to install it but it says:

Some package requested connot be installed:
yanc-0.1.4-1mdk.i586 (due to unsatisfied NVIDIA_kernel)
do you agree?

It might also be notworthly that I just tried it a few minutes ago and it said due to NVIDIA_glx

I don't really know what its talking about because I obviously have the kernel and glx drivers installed...I'm using them right now. Any ideas?

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