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Comments for nvidia-gfxG05 28

Alexander Ahjolinna's avatar

ahjolinna wrote about 2 years ago

410.73 has been released yesterday https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/1043354/unix-graphics-announcements-and-news/linux-solaris-and-freebsd-driver-410-73/

also as 410.xx isn't a long-lived branch release I wonder does this mean that openSUSE has changed their nvidia driver update policy? (which would be great)


Stefan Dirsch's avatar

sndirsch wrote about 2 years ago

Thanks for letting us know. 410.xx is t a long-lived branch release. No, we didn't change our nvidia driver update policy.


Chema Ollés's avatar

pepetops wrote almost 2 years ago

Hi. I am now this branch G05 because since TW was updated to kernel 4.19 it is the one I can compile. Unfortunately yesterday I wanted to update the G04 rmps I had in the distribution by the G05 and although some were updated I was missing a couple of rpms and I used the facts from here with osc build and although they were updated normally, after restart, the X did not work for a permissions problem ... Will that be a mistake or did I do something wrong when updating? Are you using TW 4.19 with these rpms today? Now I see I downloaded NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-410.78.run this morning,not the same than yesterday ...410-73 Thanks


Stefan Dirsch's avatar

sndirsch wrote almost 2 years ago

I'm afraid you now have a mixture of G04/G05 packages installed. I suggest to uninstall all existing G04/G05 packages on your system (rpm -e $(rpm -qa|grep nvidia)), then reinstall the G05 packages from the repository.


Chema Ollés's avatar

pepetops wrote almost 2 years ago

I made a snapper rollback I'm back to G04 rpms. I use kernel 4.18 and today I update only one rpm nvidia-gfxG04-kmp-blablabla I see that 4.19 have now nvidia modules. I reboot and go to 4.19 and all works fine! Well is better I make the change to G05 or continue with G04? I have GeForce GT 730 What's your recommendation? Thanks


Stefan Dirsch's avatar

sndirsch wrote almost 2 years ago

Never change a running system. ;-) Depends. GT 730 (0x0F02) is no longer supported by 410.78. Other GT 730 GPU IDs are.


Chema Ollés's avatar

pepetops wrote almost 2 years ago

GT 730 (0x0F02) is the video_card I have... Well I'll see you on G04 drivers Bye


Nico Kruber's avatar

NicoK wrote almost 2 years ago

FYI: there's 410.93 now: https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/1045858 -> seems this is needed for the upcoming 4.20 kernel

Release highlights since 410.78:

* Fixed a bug that could prevent display detection from working on displays connected to some notebook docking stations.

* Added support for the following GPU: * Quadro RTX 8000

* Fixed a bug which could cause VK_KHR_external_semaphore_fd operations to fail.

* Fixed a build failure, "implicit declaration of function 'vm_insert_pfn'", when building the NVIDIA DRM kernel module for Linux kernel 4.20 release candidates.

* Fixed a build failure, "unknown type name 'ipmi_user_t'", when building the NVIDIA kernel module for Linux kernel 4.20 release candidates.

* Added a new kernel module parameter, NVreg_RestrictProfilingToAdminUsers, to allow restricting the use of GPU performance counters to system administrators only.


Stefan Dirsch's avatar

sndirsch wrote almost 2 years ago

Thanks! On my TODO list now ...


Christophe Giboudeaux's avatar

cgiboudeaux wrote over 1 year ago

The build is disabled, 418.43 wasn't built. Is it expected?


Stefan Dirsch's avatar

sndirsch wrote over 1 year ago

The build has never been enabled due to legal reasons. Check README file for instructions how to build packages manually.


Christophe Giboudeaux's avatar

cgiboudeaux wrote over 1 year ago

I'll rephrase: Do you have any control on whatever is available on download.nvidia.com/opensuse/tumbleweed where the "vendor" is obs://build.suse.de/Proprietary:X11:Drivers?


Stefan Dirsch's avatar

sndirsch wrote over 1 year ago

Updated packages including 418.43 will be available soon on download.nvidia.com/opensuse/tumbleweed. Everything needed for this has been triggered.


Süleyman Korkmaz's avatar

sungerbob wrote over 1 year ago

I'm looking forward. Will be support upcoming short branch releases without further delay?


Stefan Dirsch's avatar

sndirsch wrote over 1 year ago

There are no plans to package also Short -lived Branches


Alexander Ahjolinna's avatar

ahjolinna wrote over 1 year ago

v418.56 has been released (long-lived) https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/1048767/b/t/post/5322490/#5322490 PS. it's too bad that opensuse doesn't officially provide, short-lived, beta and/or vulkan beta drivers as it those would be useful for gamers especially now with proton that benefits from latest (vulkan) driver, and many don't like or know how to make an unofficial build...and I don't think it should be expected either


Stefan Dirsch's avatar

sndirsch wrote over 1 year ago

Updating to 418.56 now on my TODO list.


Alexander Ahjolinna's avatar

ahjolinna wrote over 1 year ago

new driver release (v430.14) https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/1051837/announcements-and-news/linux-solaris-and-freebsd-driver-430-14-long-lived-branch-release-/ nothing major/interesting in this release...sadly


Stefan Dirsch's avatar

sndirsch wrote over 1 year ago

package update done. Should be available shortly.


Christophe Giboudeaux's avatar

cgiboudeaux wrote over 1 year ago

https://download.nvidia.com/opensuse disappeared it seems


Stefan Dirsch's avatar

sndirsch wrote over 1 year ago

Indeed a refresh of the nvidia repositories no longer work for me.

Problem retrieving files from 'nvidia-leap-15.1'. Timeout exceeded when accessing 'https://download.nvidia.com/opensuse/leap/15.1/media.1/media'. Please see the above error message for a hint. Skipping repository 'nvidia-leap-15.1' because of the above error.


Hans-Peter Jansen's avatar

frispete wrote 8 months ago

Hi Stefan, the latest change concerning /usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/nvidia-logind-acl-trick.conf broke all G0{3,4,5} builds with similar errors like:

[ 534s] RPMLINT report: [ 534s] =============== [ 536s] 0 packages and 0 specfiles checked; 0 errors, 29 warnings. [ 536s] Traceback (most recent call last): [ 536s] File "rpmlint.py", line 378, in <module> [ 536s] File "rpmlint.py", line 166, in main [ 536s] File "rpmlint.py", line 224, in runChecks [ 536s] File "TmpFilesCheck.py", line 50, in check [ 536s] FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/tmp/rpmlint.nvidia-gfxG05-kmp-default-440.64_k5.5.7_1-30.1.x86_64.rpm._p8r5pl0/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/nvidia-logind-acl-trick.conf'


Stephan Hemeier's avatar

Sauerland wrote 5 months ago

package for Leap 15.2 is broken: ksym(default:set_page_dirty_lock) = f9bf7120 benötigt von nvidia-gfxG04-kmp-default-390.132_k5.3.18_lp152.10-lp152.14.1.x86_64 wird nirgends zur Verfügung gestellt

Will you update it?

Stephan


Stefan Dirsch's avatar

sndirsch wrote 5 months ago

WTF? Are the ksyms created again? I recently fixed this. They should not be created at all... Will look into this tomorrow...


Stefan Dirsch's avatar

sndirsch wrote 5 months ago

Ok. Packages on the server simply have not been updated yet ... should hopefully happen this week ... the fix in RPM changelog will be:


Thu May 14 11:06:38 UTC 2020 - Stefan Dirsch sndirsch@suse.com

  • get rid of ksym Requires on Leap 15.1/15.2 by redefining %__kmp_requires


Hans-Peter Jansen's avatar

frispete wrote about 1 month ago

Hi Stefan,

just noted, that the kernel modules aren't generated properly, if kernel-syms are missing.


Stefan Dirsch's avatar

sndirsch wrote about 1 month ago

Cannot reproduce this. Installing nvidia-gfxG05-kmp-default builds kernel modules even without kernel-syms package installed.