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De NVIDIA apparaatstuurprogramma's kunnen niet direct geïntegreerd worden in openSUSE vanwege hun licentie. Gelukkig voor de nieuwe gebruikers, leveren NVIDIA en openSUSE een erg gemakkleijke manier om NVIDIA apparaatstuurprogramma's te installeren: NVIDIA maakt RPM's voor openSUSE en biedt deze aan in een installatiebron.
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The easy way to get NVIDIA

For the classical installation procedure please refer to: SDB:NVIDIA the hard way

openSUSE 11.3, 11.2, 11.1

Use 1-Click-Install:

1-click installation of NVIDIA drivers

  • For Geforce FX cards (5xxx) click here:

1-click installation of NVIDIA drivers for Geforce FX cards

  • For all NVIDIA legacy cards cards (Geforce 4 and older, TNT), click here (openSUSE 11.3 does not have this driver available (yet)):

1-click installation of NVIDIA drivers for Geforce 4 and older cards

1-click install needs access to the online software repositories, otherwise you will get missing packages error messages. See article Package repositories for more information how to add repositories that are not already configured.

When installation is complete reboot.

If you have problems with 1-Click install please see article about troubleshooting.


The repository way

This is for people who prefer not using 1-click install can do it the direct way and actually see a bit of what is happening.

Prerequisites

lspci | grep VGA 
  • Know which kernel you use (default, pae, ...); use in a console
uname -r

Add NVIDIA Repository

Choose the one corresponding to your openSUSE version: repository of NVIDIA drivers and add it to your system.

Installation

KERNEL can be pae, default, or trace. You need the one corresponding to your running kernel.

  • For all NVIDIA current cards (Geforce 6 and newer), install: x11-video-nvidiaG02, nvidia-gfxG02-kmp-KERNEL
  • For Geforce FX cards (5xxx), install: x11-video-nvidiaG01, nvidia-gfxG01-kmp-KERNEL
  • For all NVIDIA legacy cards (Geforce 4 and older, TNT), install: x11-video-nvidia, nvidia-gfx-kmp-KERNEL (the openSUSE 11.3 does not have this driver available)


Restart and run sax2 -r or whatever you like to setup the new driver configuration

The repository way with zypper

Add the repository (replace 11.3 with your version)

zypper ar -f ftp://download.nvidia.com/opensuse/11.3/ nvidia

Install one of the following packages depending on your graphics card:

GF6 or newer:

zypper install x11-video-nvidiaG02

FX5XXX:

zypper install x11-video-nvidiaG01

GF4 or older (the openSUSE 11.3 does not have this driver available):

zypper install x11-video-nvidia

After that reboot your computer.

SLED 10

  • Add the YUM repository ftp://download.nvidia.com/novell/sle10sp1/ to the package manager (YAST or ZEN).
  • Install the packages x11-video-nvidia and nvidia-gfx-kmp-default
  • Restart X (Logout and press CTRL-ALT-Backspace).
  • Done.

You will also get updated packages when NVIDIA publishes them on this site.


See also

See also in the new wiki

See also in the old wiki

External links