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[Xen-users] XEN Nvidia

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  • From: Sylvain LALOZE <sylspy20@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Jun 2011 14:19:30 +0200
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I'm come back on Xen after reinstall all my system.

On my part of system whitout Xen, I boot well and I have graphic mode.
Card Nvidia GTX 470.

Since Xen, impossible to load the module Nvidia.
My options in kernel seems to be well.

During my rechearch I found a tip

But after I install the last driver on Nvidia's site web NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-275.09.07.run I encontered a problem
I run the command.
I found the most recently file nvidia.ko. But only exist under the path of Gentoo.
Then I copy it under the directory kernel/video of Xen.

Finnaly I reboot, but nothing change.

I think forgot a part ...
Thanks in advance for advices ?


P.S : Sorry I don't speak english fluently

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