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How to make NvidiaFX 1300 works on ubuntu 9.04 server?

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Hi All,

I am a total beginner of Ubuntu. I am trying to have Ubuntu 904 server running on my Dell machine that run EM64T + FX 1300.

I have tried to install Nvidia version 173.14 which gives me error for not finding some lib. and then I try to install v 180 and v185 and I got error for unable to load nivida.ko.

So what should be the correct driver that I should load and how?

Please Advise Thanks in advance
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Kerem ERSOY earned 500 total points
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Hi did you try to download and use Envy? In short Envy is a program for ATI and NVIDA users that can quickly set-up your driver settings.
 
You can find envy here:
http://lunapark6.com/envy-easy-way-to-install-nvidia-drivers-in-ubuntu.html

Cheers,
K.
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by:roychan0328
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work like a charm!

Thanks!
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;-) You're welcome :)
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