[PlanetCCRMA] Nvidia driver with the ccrma rt-kernel.

Juan Reyes juanig at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Wed Sep 1 09:05:47 PDT 2010

Thanks a lot William!.

Got my PlanetCCRMA rt-Kernel on F-13 working this way using 'jerboyd'

Maybe I am wrong, but the only problem is that if I want to work on the
regular Fedora stock Kernels I have to re-install the NVidia binary
which in turn de-installs the 'rt-Kernel' nvidia binary.

AFAIK, 'akmods' and 'akmod-nvidia' from RMPFUSION work on the stock
Fedora Kernels but they don't with PlanetCCRMA's rt-Kernel. Furthermore
seems to me that both binaries cannot coexist on the same system.

My hope is that RMPFUSION will be able to patch their 'akmod-nvidia'
binary so that I will be able to use 'akmods', which are really

  --* Juan

On Wed, 2010-09-01 at 01:00 +0100, William Blackburn wrote:
> Hello,
> As far as I know, it is quite common for a linux user to have an
> nvidia GPU card.  These cards are really neat.  I was thinking that I
> could make a Fedora "How-To" for installing the nvidia patch and
> getting the driver working properly with the 2.6.33 rt kernel.  These
> are the instructions I used to get it working.  It can be found here
>  http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?p=1383861 at post #14.

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