[PlanetCCRMA] nvidia

Crispin cc26@ohm.york.ac.uk
Mon Jan 26 04:17:01 2004

> i was just wondering if someone could help me with installing 
> nvidia drivers 

The ccrma kernel headers (which are what you need) are on the ccrma
kernel cd (which you probably used to install the ccrma kernel?)

instructions are on this page:

Note that where you read ll.rh90 those are letter L's not "ones".  Not
that I made that mistake, really :)


[OPTIONAL] install the kernel source. If you need to compile extra
kernel modules (for example for a modem, a display driver, etc) you will
need the kernel source and headers that correspond to the kernel you are
running, in this case the Planet CCRMA kernel (or the RedHat kernel with
capabilities enabled). The kernel source is in itself an rpm, install it
by typing: 

apt-get install kernel-source#2.4.22-6.ll.rh90 

(or .rh80 or .rh73 if you are running RedHat 8.0 or 7.3, or rhfc1.ccrma
if you are running Fedora Core 1). or type this for the RedHat kernel: 

apt-get install kernel-source#2.4.20-20.1.caps.rh90 
The source will be installed in /usr/src/linux-2.4.22-6.ll (or
2.4.20-20.1.caps), the software you are compiling might be smart enough
to discover its location. If it is not, you may have to create a link
from /usr/src/linux to /usr/src/linux-2.4.22-6.ll. To do that type: 

ln -s /usr/src/linux-2.4.22-6.ll /usr/src/linux