On 10/20/16 11:13, Lawrence E Graves wrote:
Okay. I understand. Will try that approach. Thanks again for your
help. In the morning.
I am going to bed now. :-)
Sounds good. It is only 11:20AM in my part of the world.
FWIW, you may see something like this in the akmods.log
2016/10/16 14:05:05 akmods: Building and installing nvidia-kmod
2016/10/16 14:05:05 akmods: Building RPM using the command '/sbin/akmodsbuild
x86_64 --kernels 4.7.7-200.fc24.x86_64 /usr/src/akmods/nvidia-kmod.latest'
2016/10/16 14:06:34 akmods: Installing newly built rpms
2016/10/16 14:06:34 akmods: DNF detected
2016/10/16 14:06:52 akmods: Successful.
The most important thing is "Successful" which means the nvidia-kmod package has
built and successfully installed.
I've not down an install of a "fresh" system in a long time. I think that
on the first
install it does check if an nvidia-kmod package exists for all installed kernels. So, if
you have more than one kernel installed it will take a longer time for the process to
On 10/19/2016 09:01 PM, Ed Greshko wrote:
> On 10/20/16 10:28, Lawrence E Graves wrote:
>> It does not allow you to get that far. The screen is blank.
> I'm talking about before a reboot.
> You have a working system to start, right?
> You then run "dnf" to install, right? And you screen isn't blank at
that point is it? It
> is at that point, before you reboot, that you should check the logs.