On 06/24/13 21:21, Rob Kampen wrote: > On 06/25/2013 07:36 AM, m.roth at 5-cent.us wrote: >> CentOS 6.4 >> >> Came back from vacation, rebooted workstation, no X. Wound up running >> nvidia-installer. Now, I had been using kmod-nvidia, but had to stop a >> month or so ago, when NVidia stopped supporting my two-yr-old card >> ("legacy"). When that happened, I uninstalled kmod-nvidia. >> >> One dumb question: I can't figure out where I got nvidia-installer. It >> happily d/l the most current valid version with --update, which it tells >> me (with --help) that it goes to ftp://download/nvidia.com. -v tells me >> nvidia-installer: version 319.23 > I use elrepo and have nvidia-x11-drv version 319.23-1.el6.elrepo x88_64 > installed - they also provide older variants i.e. 173.14.36-1 96.43.20-1 > (for the REALLY OLD cards) and 304.88-1 all available in 64 and 32 bit > variants. Their rpms seem to deal with new kernel updates just fine. Ah! Thanks, Rob. mark >> (buildmeister at swio-display-x86-rhel47-11) Thu >> May 16 20:17:29 PDT 2013 >> The NVIDIA Software Installer for Unix/Linux. >> >> This program is used to install, upgrade and uninstall The NVIDIA >> Accelerated >> Graphics Driver Set for Linux-x86_64. >> >> Copyright (C) 2003 - 2010 NVIDIA Corporation. >> >> Any clues?