The legacy Nvidia driver needs to be rebuilt against the new kernel, just as the actual Nvidia driver was.Maybe Eric is not there presently in this end of year time, so we must do it ourselves using the ABS and just rebuilding the package:nvidia-304xx 304.117-1 -> 304.117-2The legacy package is orphaned since August 2013, and may be placed in AUR soon if nobody of the official team wants to car
Thaodan wrote:you shouldn't use nvidia-304xx use nvidia. I have a similar problem most applications start on the left instead of the right screen.I use KDE SC.That is true indeed. I had misread the wiki that I should use nvidia-304xx with GTX 770 instead of nvidia package.I installed nvidia, nvidia-utils and lib32-nvidia-utils.
The latest nvidia up in testing (310-19) has dropped support for cards 7xxx and below. To keep supplying a non-free driver for those cards, the last used nvidia that supported those is now packaged as nvidia-304xx.Anyone on those kind of older cards, please test this version (you'll see a pretty clear warning in the nvidia update):sudo pacman -Syu
sudo pacman -S nvidia-304xxThis should
x33a wrote:Give the nvidia-304xx driver a try.I tryed with the 304xx drivers, but doesn't works to.[ 72.874] (**) NVIDIA(0): Enabling 2D acceleration
[ 72.875] (EE) NVIDIA(0): Failed to initialize the NVIDIA kernel module.
Lets say I am writing code and I decided I want a certain package, but I don't know rather the repos I have setup have that package, or which version of the package they may have. Is there a quick way to scan every repo in my settings.xml code for a package I want via some command line tool?
Hello! Since I'm using custom kernel I decided to replace every kernel module package with DKMS variants. But it looks like bbswitch can't turn my Nvidia OFF when using nvidia-dkms.device 0000:01:00.0 is in use by driver 'nvidia', refusing OFFWhy is that? Is there anything I can do?