legacy NVIDIA drivers

Peter Lieverdink ubuntu at cafuego.net
Tue Oct 18 00:41:27 UTC 2005

On Mon, 2005-10-17 at 23:07 +0100, Ben wrote:
> > I have figured out, after several weeks of no accelerated x, that the
> > problem is that my three year old card is unsupported by the current
> > nvidia drivers. I have an nvidia Geforce2 Ti (PCI-ID:0151). Is the correct
> > driver in a debs package that I haven't found (doesn't appear to be in
> > modules-restricted) or do I need to find the installer for "legacy" cards
> > from the nvidia site?
> I've just been struggling with this on my TNT2. I found I needed to
> upgrade the kernel from the 386 one to the K7 version before the driver
> would work.
> Ben

sudo apt-get install nvidia-glx-legacy linux-restricted-modules-$(uname

.. ought to do the trick. If not, file a bugreport on 'em.

- P.
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