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Old 05-20-2011, 06:14 AM
Vladimir Morozov
 
Default SIGTERM received when installing Nvidia driver

Dear sirs,
how to restore ability to install official NVidia driver?
The latest driver 270.* included in debian package is buggy for my
adapter, so i need to downgrade to previous one. There are no
corresponding working package in SID so the only way is to use NVidia
driver from their site.

With best regards,
Vladimir Morozov


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Old 05-20-2011, 07:01 AM
Andrei Popescu
 
Default SIGTERM received when installing Nvidia driver

On Vi, 20 mai 11, 09:14:21, Vladimir Morozov wrote:
> Dear sirs,
> how to restore ability to install official NVidia driver?
> The latest driver 270.* included in debian package is buggy for my
> adapter, so i need to downgrade to previous one. There are no
> corresponding working package in SID so the only way is to use
> NVidia driver from their site.

You can find previous versions on snapshot.debian.org

Regards,
Andrei
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Old 05-20-2011, 07:32 AM
Ron Johnson
 
Default SIGTERM received when installing Nvidia driver

On 05/20/2011 02:01 AM, Andrei Popescu wrote:

On Vi, 20 mai 11, 09:14:21, Vladimir Morozov wrote:

Dear sirs,
how to restore ability to install official NVidia driver?
The latest driver 270.* included in debian package is buggy for my
adapter, so i need to downgrade to previous one. There are no
corresponding working package in SID so the only way is to use
NVidia driver from their site.


You can find previous versions on snapshot.debian.org



Others on the list have mentions sgfxi. Apparently it can create a .deb
file for you.


http://smxi.org/

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