Fedora 24/23/22 nVidia Drivers Install Guide

Nvidia LogoThis is guide, howto install nVidia proprietary drivers on Fedora 24/23/22/21 and disable Nouveau driver. This guide works with GeForce 6/7/8/9/200/300/400/500/600/700/800/900/10 series cards.

  • GeForce 400/500/600/700/800/900/10 series cards works with 364.xx or 367.xx nVidia drivers
  • GeForce 8/9/200/300 series cards works with 340.xx nVidia drivers
  • GeForce 6/7 series cards works with 304.xx nVidia drivers

This is totally different guide than my earlier guides, like Fedora 20 nVidia driver install. This guide uses nVidia drivers directly from nVidia site and dkms to help on kernel updates. Have to say that I have had and heard strange problems with different repos (like RPMFusion) nVidia drivers. So that’s why I decided go back to old school (and bit ugly) method and install nVidia drivers “manually”. I have tested this guide with 304.xx (patched), 340.xx, 364.xx and 367.xx drivers/cards.

With DKMS, you could just update your kernel and your nVidia drivers are compiled automatically. If you want upgrade nVidia drivers, then you have to download new package from nVidia site or use “nvidia-installer –update” option (this works only with latest 367.xx drivers). If you try –update method with 304.xx or 340.xx versions, then you get 367.xx drivers.

Let me know, if you have some problems?

Or if you succeed, you could post output of following commands:

Backup first important files before you start installation. And this is of course at your own risk, because graphic cards, components and monitors are different and some combinations might cause totally unexpected results.

1. Before nVidia drivers installation

1.1 Check is your nVidia card supported

List of Supported NVIDIA GPU Products, if your card found before 340.xx section, then use 364.xx or 367.xx drivers and if between 340.xx and 304.xx sections, then use 340.xx drivers and if after 304.xx section, then use 304.xx drivers.

If you see multiple VGA controllers, then check next step and sometimes you might see example Intel VGA controller which have nothing to do with Optimus, normally you can go to BIOS and simply disable it.

1.2 NVIDIA Optimus Technology

If your lspci |grep -E “VGA|3D” output looks like following:

Or

Or you know that your computer have NVIDIA Optimus Technology, and it is impossible to turn Intel Graphics / NVIDIA Optimus off in the BIOS then this guide might not work for you and it’s not tested. You should check Bumblebee Project.

2. Install nVidia proprietary drivers on Fedora 24/23/22/21 and disable the nouveau driver

2.1 Download nVidia Installer Package

Go to http://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx?lang=en-us and find latest version of installer package. When you use browser this is normally downloaded /home/<username>/Downloads/NVIDIA-Linux-xxxx.run location. Fedora 24 and Kernel 4.6 needs a patched version of nVidia 364xx/340xx/304xx installers.

Tested versions:

Fedora 24

Fedora 23

Fedora 22/21

  • 367.35 (July 15, 2016)
  • 364.19 (April 22, 2016)
  • 340.96 (November 16, 2015)
  • 304.131 (November 16, 2015)

2.2 Make nVidia installer executable

2.3 Change root user

2.4 Make sure that you system is up-to-date and you are running latest kernel

If you have exclude=xorg-x11* row in your /etc/dnf/dnf.conf, then you can remove it now and update xorg too.

After update reboot your system and boot using latest kernel:

2.5 Install needed dependencies

2.6 Disable nouveau

2.6.1 Create or edit /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf

Append ‘blacklist nouveau’

2.6.2 Edit /etc/sysconfig/grub

Append ‘rd.driver.blacklist=nouveau’ to end of ‘GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX=”…”‘

2.6.3 Update grub2 conf

2.6.4 Remove xorg-x11-drv-nouveua

2.6.5 Generate initramfs

2.7 Reboot to runlevel 3

Note: You don’t have Desktop/GUI on runlevel 3. Make sure that you have some access to end of guide. (Print it, use lynx/links/w3m, save it to text file).

2.8 Install nVidia proprietary drivers for GeForce 6/7 & GeForce 8/9/200/300 & GeForce 400/500/600/700/800/900/10 series cards

2.8.1 Log in as root user

Or alternatively change root user (you shouldn’t have nouveua and xorg loaded)

2.8.2 Run NVIDIA Binary

Following command executes driver install routine. Use full file name command if you have multiple binaries on same directory.

2.8.3 nVidia Installer Accept License

Accept nVidia License

2.8.4 nVidia Installer Register the Kernel Source Modules with DKMS

nVidia Installer dkms

2.8.5 nVidia Installer 32-bit Compatibility Libraries

nVidia Installer 32-bit Compatibility

2.8.6 nVidia Installer Installing Drivers

nVidia Installer Installing Drivers

Note: Just ignore following errors:

This is bug and maybe fixed on next release. For more information check this.

2.8.7 nVidia Installer Xorg Backup

nVidia Installer Xorg Backup

2.8.8 nVidia Drivers Installation Complete

nVidia Drivers Installation Complete

2.9 All Is Done and Then Reboot Back to Runlevel 5

2.10 VDPAU/VAAPI support

To enable video acceleration support for your player (Note: you need Geforce 8 or later).

3. Some Screenshots Using Different Cards and Drivers

3.1 nVidia 367.27 drivers on Fedora 24 Gnome 3.20 with Kernel 4.5.7

nVidia 367.27 Running on Fedora 24

3.2 nVidia 364.19 drivers on Fedora 24 Gnome 3.20.2 with Kernel 4.6

Fedora 24 Kernel 4.6 nVidia 364.19 Gnome 3.20.2

3.3 nVidia 340.96 drivers on Fedora 24 Gnome 3.20.2 with Kernel 4.6

Fedora 24 Kernel 4.6 nVidia 340.96 Gnome 3.20.2

3.4 nVidia 304.131 drivers on Fedora 24 LXDE with Kernel 4.6

Fedora 24 Kernel 4.6 nVidia 304.131 LXDE

3.5 nVidia 340.96 drivers on Fedora 23 Gnome 3.18.1 with Kernel 4.2.5 and Xorg 1.18

nVidia 340.96 drivers on Fedora 23 Gnome 3.18.1 with Kernel 4.2.5 and Xorg 1.18

3.6 nVidia 304.131 drivers on Fedora 22 Gnome 3.16.2

nVidia 304.131 on Fedora 22

3.7 nVidia 304.131 on Fedora 21 Gnome 3.14.2

nVidia 304.131 on Fedora 21

Let me know, if you have problems?

Or if you succeed, you could post output of following commands:

Check also Step 4. Restore/Change/Update Plymouth After nVidia Drivers Installation (BIOS/UEFI Users) and Step 5. Uninstall Fedora 24/23/22/21 nVidia drivers and Enable Nouveau

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  1. Well, I tried and now I broke my laptop. The installation failed for me at step 2.8.8
    I tried several times, but it failed each time. So then I ran the script in 2.9, hoping to get back to my graphical UI, at least.
    systemctl set-default graphical.target

    reboot

    The boot now fails every time. It freezes at “Switching root”, though occasionally it continues to a grey screen that says “Oh no! Something has gone wrong. A problem has occurred and the system can’t recover. Please log out and try again.” I tried logging out and trying again, but it is the same story every time.

    What do I do now?

    Reply
    • Hi Kevin,

      Could you post output of following commands:

      Reply
  2. Hi JR,

    Thank you very much for this guide.

    I have followed it but I still have some problems, and I cannot use the NVIDIA drivers with GNOME (it is working correctly with KDE).

    With GNOME, when I try to log in and input the password, it kicks me back to the login screen again. I was working perfectly with this configuration with GNOME and Fedora 23, but I am unable to have it working since I updated to Fedora 24

    I have two NVS 510 with six monitors attached, and this is my config:

    # nvidia-installer -v | grep version
    nvidia-installer: version 367.35 (buildmeister@swio-display-x64-rhel04-01) Mon Jul 11 23:51:58 PDT 2016

    # dnf info gnome-shell
    Installed Packages
    Name : gnome-shell
    Arch : x86_64
    Epoch : 0
    Version : 3.20.3
    Release : 2.fc24

    # lspci | grep -E “VGA|3D”
    01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GK107 [NVS 510] (rev a1)
    02:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GK107 [NVS 510] (rev a1)

    # lsmod | grep nouveau
    # lsmod | grep nvidia
    nvidia_drm 45056 4
    nvidia_modeset 765952 9 nvidia_drm
    nvidia 11243520 350 nvidia_modeset
    drm_kms_helper 143360 1 nvidia_drm
    drm 339968 7 drm_kms_helper,nvidia_drm

    ### /etx/X11/xorg.conf :

    Section “ServerLayout”
    Identifier “Layout0”
    Screen 0 “Screen0” 0 0
    InputDevice “Keyboard0” “CoreKeyboard”
    InputDevice “Mouse0” “CorePointer”
    Option “Xinerama” “0”
    EndSection

    Section “Files”
    FontPath “/usr/share/fonts/default/Type1”
    EndSection

    Section “InputDevice”
    # generated from default
    Identifier “Mouse0”
    Driver “mouse”
    Option “Protocol” “auto”
    Option “Device” “/dev/input/mice”
    Option “Emulate3Buttons” “no”
    Option “ZAxisMapping” “4 5”
    EndSection

    Section “InputDevice”
    # generated from default
    Identifier “Keyboard0”
    Driver “keyboard”
    EndSection

    Section “Monitor”
    # HorizSync source: edid, VertRefresh source: edid
    Identifier “Monitor0”
    VendorName “Unknown”
    ModelName “BenQ GW2250H”
    HorizSync 30.0 – 83.0
    VertRefresh 50.0 – 76.0
    Option “DPMS”
    EndSection

    Section “Device”
    Identifier “Device0”
    Driver “nvidia”
    VendorName “NVIDIA Corporation”
    BoardName “NVS 510”
    BusID “PCI:1:0:0”
    EndSection

    Section “Screen”
    Identifier “Screen0”
    Device “Device0”
    Monitor “Monitor0”
    DefaultDepth 24
    Option “Stereo” “0”
    Option “nvidiaXineramaInfoOrder” “DFP-1”
    Option “metamodes” “GPU-c1cf4f3c-7b4d-2d6f-f4c5-34afc785b5f8.GPU-0.DP-0: nvidia-auto-select +0+1080, GPU-c1cf4f3c-7b4d-2d6f-f4c5-34afc785b5f8.GPU-0.DP-1: nvidia-auto-select +1920+1080, GPU-c1cf4f3c-7b4d-2d6f-f4c5-34afc785b5f8.GPU-0.DP-2: nvidia-auto-select +3840+1080, GPU-c1cf4f3c-7b4d-2d6f-f4c5-34afc785b5f8.GPU-0.DP-3: nvidia-auto-select +1920+0, GPU-c359d7ff-3ed7-86e1-82c1-0ab9d0d03dc4.GPU-1.DP-0: nvidia-auto-select +0+0, GPU-c359d7ff-3ed7-86e1-82c1-0ab9d0d03dc4.GPU-1.DP-1: nvidia-auto-select +3840+0”
    Option “MultiGPU” “Off”
    Option “SLI” “off”
    Option “BaseMosaic” “on”
    SubSection “Display”
    Depth 24
    EndSubSection
    EndSection

    # cat /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf

    blacklist nouveau

    # cat /etc/default/grub

    GRUB_TIMEOUT=5
    GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR=”$(sed ‘s, release .*$,,g’ /etc/system-release)”
    GRUB_DEFAULT=saved
    GRUB_DISABLE_SUBMENU=true
    GRUB_TERMINAL_OUTPUT=”console”
    GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX=”rd.md.uuid=61f803ac:a7860734:4ecec535:79c35bdf rd.md.uuid=b55494f2:11fb73d8:c088e502:0cb687a5 nomodeset rhgb quiet rd.driver.blacklist=nouveau”
    GRUB_DISABLE_RECOVERY=”true”

    Any help would be much appreciated! :-)

    Best regards,

    Ray

    Reply
    • Hi JR,

      Some additional info.

      If I boot in text mode and execute ‘nvidia-xconfig –query-gpu-info’, I obtain the following:

      Number of GPUs: 2

      GPU #0:
      Name : NVS 510
      UUID : GPU-c1cf4f3c-7b4d-2d6f-f4c5-34afc785b5f8
      PCI BusID : PCI:1:0:0

      Number of Display Devices: 4

      Display Device 0 (TV-0):
      EDID Name : BenQ GL2250
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 210.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      Display Device 1 (TV-1):
      EDID Name : BenQ GL2250
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 210.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      Display Device 2 (TV-2):
      EDID Name : BenQ GL2250
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 210.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      Display Device 3 (TV-3):
      EDID Name : BenQ GW2250H
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 170.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      GPU #1:
      Name : NVS 510
      UUID : GPU-c359d7ff-3ed7-86e1-82c1-0ab9d0d03dc4
      PCI BusID : PCI:2:0:0

      Number of Display Devices: 2

      Display Device 0 (TV-0):
      EDID Name : BenQ GL2250
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 210.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      Display Device 1 (TV-1):
      EDID Name : BenQ GL2250
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 210.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      If I run the same command once X is started:

      Number of GPUs: 2

      GPU #0:
      Name : NVS 510
      UUID : GPU-c1cf4f3c-7b4d-2d6f-f4c5-34afc785b5f8
      PCI BusID : PCI:1:0:0

      Number of Display Devices: 4

      Display Device 0 (TV-0):
      EDID Name : BenQ GL2250
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 210.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      Display Device 1 (TV-1):
      EDID Name : BenQ GL2250
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 210.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      Display Device 2 (TV-2):
      EDID Name : BenQ GL2250
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 210.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      Display Device 3 (TV-3):
      EDID Name : BenQ GW2250H
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 170.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      GPU #1:
      Name : NVS 510
      UUID : GPU-c1cf4f3c-7b4d-2d6f-f4c5-34afc785b5f8
      PCI BusID : PCI:2:0:0

      Number of Display Devices: 4

      Display Device 0 (TV-0):
      EDID Name : BenQ GL2250
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 210.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      Display Device 1 (TV-1):
      EDID Name : BenQ GL2250
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 210.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      Display Device 2 (TV-2):
      EDID Name : BenQ GL2250
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 210.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      Display Device 3 (TV-3):
      EDID Name : BenQ GW2250H
      Minimum HorizSync : 30.000 kHz
      Maximum HorizSync : 83.000 kHz
      Minimum VertRefresh : 50 Hz
      Maximum VertRefresh : 76 Hz
      Maximum PixelClock : 170.000 MHz
      Maximum Width : 1920 pixels
      Maximum Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred Width : 1920 pixels
      Preferred Height : 1080 pixels
      Preferred VertRefresh : 60 Hz
      Physical Width : 480 mm
      Physical Height : 270 mm

      It detects the second GPU with the same UUID as the first, and it detects the same 4 monitors connected to the first GPU :'(

      Best regards,

      Ray

      Reply
      • Hi Ray,

        Nice setup and configs looks good. :)

        So, this same config worked perfectly on Fedora 23 and works still (after F24 upgrade) with KDE?

        Reply
        • Hi JR,

          Thanks :-)

          Yes, I am currently working fine with Fedora 24 and KDM+KDE, but I am unable to get back to GDM+Gnome as I was with Fedora 23.

          When I try to use Gnome I get some different and weird issues…

          One of them is that I am kicked back to login screen after login in…

          The other is that I only get a total of 4 monitors working (I have 4 monitors attached to ports 1-4 of the 1st card, and another 2 monitors attached to ports 1-2 of the second card, and it seems that there is a conflict between ports 1-2 of the first card and the same ports of the second card, as I always have one monitor working from each of those ports [I don’t have port 1 from 1st card and port 1 from 2nd card simultaneously], but I always have ports 3 and 4 working [they only have monitors attached in the 1st card])

          Playing with config files, uninstalling the driver and installing it again I manage to login with 4 monitors. After login, I can activate the other 2 up to the total of 6 using the nvidia-settings, but when I reboot I have the same problem again… I am working now with KDE until I have some more time to keep playing… :'(

          Best regards,

          Ray

          Reply
  3. Thanks for this useful and well written guide. Here’s the output you asked for in case of success !
    nvidia-installer: version 367.35 (buildmeister@swio-display-x64-rhel04-01)
    Linux desktop-nico.home 4.6.3-300.fc24.x86_64 #1 SMP Fri Jun 24 20:52:41 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
    01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GP104 [GeForce GTX 1080] (rev a1)

    Reply
    • Hi, i made quite a mess of things, installing 367.35 on 4.6.4-301. Driver installed but with errors. Since, i have tried to get it back but no luck yet.

      I will read a bit and work on it. Maybe i missed something.

      George….

      Reply
  4. this has LPIC101 and 102 written all over it.. Thanks dude!

    Reply
  5. When I upgraded to Fedora 24 (GNU and KDE, kernal 4.6.x) all when bad with my hp8540w
    Installed the patched version without any issues and I am back up and running again
    Thanks\

    Linux 8540w 4.6.4-301.fc24.x86_64 #1 SMP Tue Jul 12 11:50:00 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
    01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GT215GLM [Quadro FX 1800M] (rev a2)
    nvidia-installer: version 340.96 (buildmeister@swio-display-x86-rhel47-05) Sun Nov 8 22:50:33 PST 2015

    Reply
  6. Hello,

    Thank you very much for your useful guide!
    However, my setup has 2 nVidia GPUs:

    NVIDIA Corporation G98 [Quadro NVS 295] (rev a1)
    NVIDIA Corporation GK106 [GeForce GTX 650 Ti] (rev a1)

    The first needs the 340 drivers while the second needs the latest driver.

    Do you think it is possible to have both drivers installed or have both GPUs work somehow?

    Thanks!

    Reply
  7. Can I use the “VDPAU/VAAPI support” using the nouveau drivers? or there is no-effect?

    Reply
  8. Thank you for that tuto, it’s well written and explicated.

    nvidia-installer -v |grep version
    nvidia-installer: version 367.35 (buildmeister@swio-display-x64-rhel04-01) Mon Jul 11 23:51:58

    uname -a
    Linux Fedora-Box 4.6.4-301.fc24.x86_64 #1 SMP Tue Jul 12 11:50:00 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

    spci |grep -i VGA
    01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GK104 [GeForce GTX 760] (rev a1)

    Best regards, Al Duccino.

    Reply
  9. Worked like a charm, gtx 760 Fedora 24.

    Reply

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