Fw: where is: linux-headers-2.6.29-1-common-multimedia
Mathias Krause wrote:
> Hi list,
> in the meantime, i did some more extensive searches through the web.
> That leads me to that thread:
> So, i installed
> linux-image-22.214.171.124-rt19-20100103 and linux-source-126.96.36.199-rt19-20100103
> I booted into that kernel, but still NVIDIA installer says:
> ERROR: Unable to find the kernel source tree for the currently running
You need to install the "linux-headers" package. The souce is installed
in the /usr/src folder, but as an archive that you need to unpack before
you compile your own kernel (You don't need to...)
This worked on my system that I had to reinstall recently to get rid of
an odd state I put it in while testing all different kinds of unstable
> Any help would be very good.
> Mathias Krause wrote:
>> Hi list,
>> for some special reasons, i broke my 64studio down ... and decided to
>> re-install 64studio 3.0 beta 3, all new from scratch. Now, I've a
>> problem with my graphic card (GeForce 9500GT):
>> After installation, when starting the x-server, i got a blank screen.
>> After several hours of testing and trying things out, i realized, that
>> everything works well, as soon as i disconnect my second screen. So now,
>> I've at least one screen running...
>> To get the second one to run, i tried to install the nvidia driver. But
>> the driver needs the kernel header files, to compile. So i tried to
>> install linux-headers-2.6.29-1-multimedia-amd64.
>> apt says:
>> Hängt ab: linux-headers-2.6.29-1-common-multimedia (=2.6.29-2) but it
>> is not installable
>> and i can't find linux-headers-2.6.29-1-common-multimedia in repository.
>> Is there a way to fix that? I searched different forums, but didn't find
>> a solution, which i am able to understand.
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