On 04/02/16 21:27, Joseph D. Wagner wrote:
Works for me too, though I found that it isn't user friendly
RPMS need to be installed. Here's the list on my machine:
$ rpm -qa kernel* *kmod* *nvidia* | sort
On 02/04/2016 06:52 PM, Ed Greshko wrote:
> On 02/05/16 10:04, Robin Laing wrote:
>> Akmod-nvidia has worked for ages with no issues. Upgrading to F23 has
>> not worked. Removed all nvidia sources and re-installed with no
> [egreshko@acer nvidia-340xx]$ uname -r
> [egreshko@acer nvidia-340xx]$ rpm -qa | grep nvidia
> [egreshko@acer nvidia-340xx]$ rpm -q akmods
> [egreshko@acer nvidia-340xx]$ lspci | grep -i nvidia
> 01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation G86M [GeForce
> 8600M GS] (rev a1)
> Working for me just fine...
Thanks to Ed for the direct post.
Turned out that the issue for me was the upgrade didn't end cleanly
somehow. dnf distro-sync didn't have any issues but when I was trying
to install akmods, it was the fc22 version and was a different number
than the info that Ed sent me.
Running dnf list extras showed me that the system was a cross between
FC22 and FC23. Some packages it wanted to downgrade to FC22 from 23,
including rpmusion*.rpm for the repos.
Removing all applications that dnf list wanted to downgrade allowed the
system to be fully updated (I thought it had) to fc23 packages.
I have akmods working fully now. Nvidia is working on the machine. Now
to install the packages I need to get the machine fully operational again.
Thanks to all that commented and I learned a lesson in troubleshooting.
The error about the kernel source (which I have confirmed on 3
machines) threw me in the wrong direction. And the problem part of the
dnf upgrade notes should be followed. If I had done the dnf list extras
before, I may have noticed the FCXX numbers being older packages and the
attempt to downgrade.
Hope this helps someone else.