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[Xen-users] Video driver update

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  • From: Onkar Mahajan <kern.devel@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2010 17:02:41 +0530
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When I boot into the dom0 kernel. The system is not able to find the
NVIDIA video driver.Normally , when I update the non-pvops kernel
I switch the virtual console and install the
video driver and reboot , then the video driver module gets installed.
But I am not able to do similar thing in the case of pvops kernel. 
How can I keep this video driver installed across the kernel updates.
Note that this driver is a proprietary driver from NVIDIA.


Please help me.


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