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Intalling Nvidia's drivers without compiling my own kernel
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    Intalling Nvidia's drivers without compiling my own kernel

    Is it something that can be done? I'm really tired to recompile kernels myself, and I would like to use Debian's kernel-image packages. However, I can't install the nvidia drivers, so is there anything you guys can suggest?

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    Re:Intalling Nvidia's drivers without compiling my own kernel

    nvidia provides precompiled binaries for many distros vendor kernels and the vanilla kernel. On my arch Linux setup whihc runs on a completely vanilla 2.6.8.1 kernel all it took was running the installer.

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    Re:Intalling Nvidia's drivers without compiling my own kernel

    [quote author=Lovechild link=board=6;threadid=9711;start=0#msg88202 date=1093332832]
    nvidia provides precompiled binaries for many distros vendor kernels and the vanilla kernel. On my arch Linux setup whihc runs on a completely vanilla 2.6.8.1 kernel all it took was running the installer.
    [/quote]

    Where can I find those?

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    Re:Intalling Nvidia's drivers without compiling my own kernel

    [quote author=GnuVince link=board=6;threadid=9711;start=0#msg88205 date=1093344850]
    [quote author=Lovechild link=board=6;threadid=9711;start=0#msg88202 date=1093332832]
    nvidia provides precompiled binaries for many distros vendor kernels and the vanilla kernel. On my arch Linux setup whihc runs on a completely vanilla 2.6.8.1 kernel all it took was running the installer.
    [/quote]

    Where can I find those?
    [/quote]

    just run the nvidia installer it will look up their website for suitable files..

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