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Driver install, kernel source not found

I am trying to install a NVidia Cuda driver on a Amazon EC2. GPU instance (Amazon Linux AMI (HVM) 2013.09.2 - ami-e9a18d80) following the instructions laid out in a blog. It worked for the last two ...
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kernel 3.1x and optimus support

I have encountered a negative observation regarding bumblebee. Namely, using optirun the performance of the GPU seems to be an order of magnitude lower than it should be. To be more specific: I have ...
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Suse nVidia Driver Problems on 650M + Intel i915

Has anyone succesfully gotten the proprietary nVidia drivers to work on a system with a GT650M and an integrated Intel GPU? I don't need graphics switching, just the discrete GPU. (This is on a ...
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Should I update my Fedora or not?

Here is my problem. My laptop has an NVidia Geforce 310 M graphic card. And since kernel 2.6 I had problems with the display. I had to use nomodeset option in the grub, if not my screen will be off ...
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Cannot create “Hello World” module (and NVIDIA, and VirtualBox)

First off, the details. BEFORE: kernel: 3.2.0-2-amd64, nvidia driver: 295.59 AFTER: kernel: 3.2.0-3-amd64, nvidia driver: 302.17-3 My Debian wheezy is kept recent at all times. Actually, doing ...
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NVidia driver for the 3.2.9 kernel

I upgraded the kernel on my OpenSUSE 12.1 64bit from 3.1.9 to 3.2.9, and when I rebooted, X-windows refused to start, and I got into shell. I tried to run it manually with startx, but still no good. ...