nVidia install problems
johngay at eircom.net
Sat Mar 11 05:10:30 PST 2006
On Saturday 11 March 2006 15:56, Ken Moffat wrote:
> On Sat, 11 Mar 2006, John Gay wrote:
> > NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-1.0-8178-pkg2.run: line 705: ./nvidia-installer: No
> > such fil
> > e or directory
> I think this is a variant on 'any no such file' item in the LFS FAQ.
> If Theo's suggestion hasn't helped, run ldd agaisnt nvidia-installer to
> see what it is linked to.
O.K, this is strange. I was hoping to avoid such messy links and running
--list on the installer indicated it installed everything into /lib and
32-bit compat libs into /lib32. However, running ldd on nvidia-installed
gives the same No such file, until I linked /lib64 to /lib. Then it lists the
libs used are in /lib, but the loader in /lib64/ld-linus-x86-64.so.2?
The installer then runs, but doesn't print any spaces(?), fails to down-load a
driver so it tries to build one and gets the same no vmap() error? and grep
root at john:/home/john# grep -R "vmap()" /mnt/lfs/sources/linux-2.6.16-rc4/*
flush_cache_vmap() is used when creating mappings (eg, via vmap,
0x00000004 /* vmap()ed pages */
/mnt/lfs/sources/linux-2.6.16-rc4/mm/vmalloc.c: * vunmap - release
virtual mapping obtained by vmap()
/mnt/lfs/sources/linux-2.6.16-rc4/mm/vmalloc.c: * which was created from
the page array passed to vmap().
So it still looks like a kernel incompatibility issue. Do you think I should
as on lkml? (-;
Think I'll try nVidia first.
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