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    Default Re: NVIDIA Graphics Driver Extraction failed

    Yast software management. Just boot to a terminal and run yast from the command line

    To boot to a terminal at boot screen press e
    find the line starting with linux. go to the end of that line (note the line is long and wraps)
    add a space and a 3
    press F10 to continue boot

    You will be in a terminal log in as root ( ie user name is root and the root password)
    run yast

    Note you will need to use tab key,arrow keys and space bar to navigate and select. ie NO mouse

    In Yast go to software management and search for NVIDA

    Remove any package that has NVIDIA in the name.

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    Default Re: NVIDIA Graphics Driver Extraction failed

    Quote Originally Posted by gogalthorp View Post
    Yast software management. Just boot to a terminal and run yast from the command line

    To boot to a terminal at boot screen press e
    find the line starting with linux. go to the end of that line (note the line is long and wraps)
    add a space and a 3
    press F10 to continue boot

    You will be in a terminal log in as root ( ie user name is root and the root password)
    run yast

    Note you will need to use tab key,arrow keys and space bar to navigate and select. ie NO mouse

    In Yast go to software management and search for NVIDA

    Remove any package that has NVIDIA in the name.





    I have followed your instructions and Iam entered in yast from terminal, if I try to uninstall some NVIDIAdrivers there are some troubles, for instance:


    nvidia-uvm-gfxG03-kmp-desktop (NVIDIAunified memory kernel module)


    it gives me a message:


    Mesa-32 bit-9.2.3 …. requires libdrm_nuveau.so.2 but this requirement cannot be provided


    possible solutions:


    downgrade of MESA ….
    keep lidrm ….
    break MESA …....


    How can I proceed ?

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    Default Re: NVIDIA Graphics Driver Extraction failed

    Down grade mesa.

    NVIDIA mods mesa and it is the reason that the Intel driver does not work The NVIDIA-bumblebee package does not mess with mesa so the Intel driver will work

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    Default Re: NVIDIA Graphics Driver Extraction failed

    Quote Originally Posted by gogalthorp View Post
    Down grade mesa. NVIDIA mods mesa and it is the reason that the Intel driver does not work The NVIDIA-bumblebee package does not mess with mesa so the Intel driver will work
    In my machine there are eight NVIDIA graphic driver kernel modules for GeForceFX and GeForce 6xxx, 8xxx. I have tried to delete (uninstall) manually from yast, without GUI, the NVIDIA graphic driver kernel modules but if I uninstall nvidia-GfxG01-kmp-default it is automatically installed nvidia-GfxG01-kmp-pae and vice versa.How can I fix it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcoC View Post
    In my machine there are eight NVIDIA graphic driver kernel modules for GeForceFX and GeForce 6xxx, 8xxx. I have tried to delete (uninstall) manually from yast, without GUI, the NVIDIA graphic driver kernel modules but if I uninstall nvidia-GfxG01-kmp-default it is automatically installed nvidia-GfxG01-kmp-pae and vice versa.How can I fix it ?
    By uninstalling x11-video-nvidiaG01, as that requires nvidia-gfxG01-kmp.

    Please post a list of _all_ nvidia packages you still have installed for further advise:
    Code:
    rpm -qa | grep nvidia
    And to get rid of that dependency error, either downgrade Mesa to 9.2.3 as gogalthorp wrote already, or upgrade Mesa-32bit to whatever Mesa you have.
    A list of your repositories might help here:
    Code:
    zypper lr -d
    And a list of Mesa packages installed:
    Code:
    rpm -qa | grep Mesa

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    By uninstalling x11-video-nvidiaG01, as that requires nvidia-gfxG01-kmp.Please post a list of _all_ nvidia packages you still have installed for further advise:
    Code:
    rpm -qa | grep nvidia
    And to get rid of that dependency error, either downgrade Mesa to 9.2.3 as gogalthorp wrote already, or upgrade Mesa-32bit to whatever Mesa you have.A list of your repositories might help here:
    Code:
    zypper lr -d
    And a list of Mesa packages installed:
    Code:
    rpm -qa | grep Mesa
    The string rpm -qa | grep nvidia doesn't produce output, what is the meaning of rpm -qa ?rpm -qa | grep Mesa the same as above.Repo output is:# | Alias | Name | Enabled | Refresh | Priority | Type | URI | Service---+-------------------------------+-----------------------------------------------------+---------+---------+----------+--------+------------------------------------------------------------------------------+-------- 1 | 13.1_education | 13.1_education | Yes | Yes | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...openSUSE_13.1/ | 2 | Bumblebee | Bumblebee | Yes | Yes | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...openSUSE_13.1/ | 3 | GNOME_Next | NEXT version of GNOME (unstable) (openSUSE_Factory) | Yes | No | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...nSUSE_Factory/ | 4 | Packman_Essentials_13.1 | Packman_Essentials_13.1 | Yes | Yes | 99 | rpm-md | http://packman.inode.at/suse/openSUSE_13.1/Essentials/ | 5 | Science_13.1 | Science_13.1 | Yes | Yes | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...openSUSE_13.1/ | 6 | X11Org | X11Org | Yes | Yes | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...openSUSE_13.1/ | 7 | X11_XOrg | X.Org development (openSUSE_13.1) | Yes | No | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...openSUSE_13.1/ | 8 | driver:wireless | driver:wireless | Yes | Yes | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...nSUSE_Factory/ | 9 | nVidia Graphics Drivers | nVidia Graphics Drivers | Yes | Yes | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.nvidia.com/opensuse/13.1/ | 10 | openSUSE:13.1 | openSUSE:13.1 | Yes | Yes | 99 | NONE | http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...E:/13.1/ports/ | 11 | openSUSE:13.1orts | openSUSE:13.1orts | Yes | Yes | 99 | NONE | http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...:/Ports/extra/ | 12 | openSUSE:13.1:Update | openSUSE:13.1:Update | Yes | Yes | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.opensuse.org/ports/update/13.1/ | 13 | openSUSE_13.1_OSS | openSUSE_13.1_OSS | Yes | Yes | 99 | yast2 | http://download.opensuse.org/distrib...13.1/repo/oss/ | 14 | openSUSE_13.1_Updates | openSUSE_13.1_Updates | Yes | Yes | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.opensuse.org/update/13.1/ | 15 | openSUSE_13.1_Updates_non-OSS | openSUSE_13.1_Updates_non-OSS | Yes | Yes | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.opensuse.org/update/13.1-non-oss/ | 16 | openSUSE_13.1_non-OSS | openSUSE_13.1_non-OSS | Yes | Yes | 99 | yast2 | http://download.opensuse.org/distrib.../repo/non-oss/ | 17 | repo-debug | openSUSE-11.3-Debug | Yes | Yes | 99 | yast2 | http://download.opensuse.org/debug/d...11.3/repo/oss/ | 18 | repo-non-oss | openSUSE-11.3-Non-Oss | Yes | Yes | 99 | yast2 | http://download.opensuse.org/distrib.../repo/non-oss/ | 19 | repo-oss | openSUSE-11.3-Oss | Yes | Yes | 99 | yast2 | http://download.opensuse.org/distrib...11.3/repo/oss/ | 20 | repo-source | openSUSE-11.3-Source | Yes | Yes | 99 | yast2 | http://download.opensuse.org/source/...11.3/repo/oss/ | 21 | repo-update | openSUSE-11.3-Update | Yes | Yes | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.opensuse.org/update/11.3/ |

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcoC View Post
    The string rpm -qa | grep nvidia doesn't produce output,
    ???
    Sure you made no typo?

    You wrote yourself that you do have nvidia-gfxG01-kmp-default and nvidia-uvm-gfxG03-kmp-desktop installed, at least those should be shown.

    Please always post what you typed in _and_ the output, in CODE tags (the '#' button in the editor's toolbar).

    what is the meaning of rpm -qa ?
    List _all_ installed packages.

    rpm -qa | grep Mesa


    the same as above.
    Where above?

    Repo output is:
    --snipped--
    Wow, that's a mess.
    No wonder that you have dependency problems.

    You have some duplicates in there, and you definitely should remove at least the 11.3 repos!
    driver:wireless is for Factory, and the repo doesn't exist at all any more anyway.
    GNOME:Next for Factory might not really be a good idea either for your 13.1 installation.
    And repo #12 and #13 are useless to you as well and might give problems, they are for ARM and PowerPC systems.

    And X11:Xorg has to be taken with a little caution. But I suppose you installed Mesa from there.
    So again, either switch the Mesa packages back to the standard versions (and Xorg as well, otherwise you will have problems), or switch Mesa-32bit to the version from that repo.
    Then you should be able to uninstall the packages all nvidia packages.

    Maybe remove the nvidia repo (#9) first, so YaST cannot pull in other nvidia packages to fullfill the dependencies and show you the real reason why it wants to.
    Last edited by wolfi323; 14-Oct-2014 at 07:12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    ???
    Sure you made no typo?

    You wrote yourself that you do have nvidia-gfxG01-kmp-default and nvidia-uvm-gfxG03-kmp-desktop installed, at least those should be shown.

    Please always post what you typed in _and_ the output, in CODE tags (the '#' button in the editor's toolbar).


    List _all_ installed packages.


    Where above?


    Wow, that's a mess.
    No wonder that you have dependency problems.

    You have some duplicates in there, and you definitely should remove at least the 11.3 repos!
    driver:wireless is for Factory, and the repo doesn't exist at all any more anyway.
    GNOME:Next for Factory might not really be a good idea either for your 13.1 installation.
    And repo #12 and #13 are useless to you as well and might give problems, they are for ARM and PowerPC systems.

    And X11:Xorg has to be taken with a little caution. But I suppose you installed Mesa from there.
    So again, either switch the Mesa packages back to the standard versions (and Xorg as well, otherwise you will have problems), or switch Mesa-32bit to the version from that repo.
    Then you should be able to uninstall the packages all nvidia packages.

    Maybe remove the nvidia repo (#9) first, so YaST cannot pull in other nvidia packages to fullfill the dependencies and show you the real reason why it wants to.



    These are in and output:

    #studio@linux:/> rpm -qa | grep nvidia
    studio@linux:/> #


    #studio@linux:/> rpm -qa | grep Mesa
    Mesa-libGLESv2-devel-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGL-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libEGL-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv1_CM-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv2-2-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    DirectFB-Mesa-1.6.3-4.1.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libglapi0-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv2-2-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libglapi0-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    libOSMesa-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGL-devel-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libEGL1-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGL1-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    libOSMesa-devel-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libglapi-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libEGL-devel-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv1_CM-devel-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    libOSMesa9-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv1_CM1-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv1_CM1-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    libOSMesa9-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv2-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGL1-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libglapi-devel-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libEGL1-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    studio@linux:/>
    #


    I have removed repos you have suggested. Why are you saying that repo #12 (http://download.opensuse.org/ports/update/13.1/) and repo #13 (http://download.opensuse.org/distrib...13.1/repo/oss/) are for ARM and PowerPC systems ? How can I understand this.

    How can I "switch the Mesa packages back to the standard versions" and "and Xorg as well"?

  9. #29

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcoC View Post
    These are in and output:

    #studio@linux:/> rpm -qa | grep nvidia
    studio@linux:/> #
    So apparently you already uninstalled all nvidia packages?

    #studio@linux:/> rpm -qa | grep Mesa
    Mesa-libGLESv2-devel-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGL-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libEGL-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv1_CM-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv2-2-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    DirectFB-Mesa-1.6.3-4.1.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libglapi0-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv2-2-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libglapi0-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    libOSMesa-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGL-devel-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libEGL1-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGL1-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    libOSMesa-devel-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libglapi-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libEGL-devel-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv1_CM-devel-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    libOSMesa9-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv1_CM1-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv1_CM1-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    libOSMesa9-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGLESv2-devel-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libGL1-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libglapi-devel-32bit-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    Mesa-libEGL1-10.3.0-396.3.x86_64
    studio@linux:/>
    #
    All of them come from X11:Xorg it seems, and that Mesa-32bit is not installed at all any more.
    So you already solved your conflicts and removed the nvidia packages?

    Thanks for telling.
    We could have spared the last few posts then. But at least your repo list should be a bit cleaner now...

    What remains then?

    Why are you saying that repo #12 (http://download.opensuse.org/ports/update/13.1/) and repo #13 (http://download.opensuse.org/distrib...13.1/repo/oss/) are for ARM and PowerPC systems ? How can I understand this.
    Sorry, I meant #11 and #12 in your list, those two with "Ports" in the name/URL. (but the numbers will have changed now of course)
    But as your layout was completely off, I slipped to the wrong line.

    Those repos contain the openSUSE distribution for ARM and PowerPC CPUs.
    All packages in there are compiled for those CPUs. You cannot install/use them on your x86_64 system.

    How can I "switch the Mesa packages back to the standard versions" and "and Xorg as well"?
    How did you switch them to the X11:Xorg repo in the first place?

    As you solved your problems anyway now, you don't have to do that. It was just one suggestion how to resolve the conflict you posted a few posts above/a few days ago.
    Last edited by wolfi323; 14-Oct-2014 at 09:03.

  10. #30

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    Sorry, I meant #11 and #12 in your list, those two with "Ports" in the name/URL. (but the numbers will have changed now of course)
    PS: And #10 as well. That one doesn't even exist anyway and only gives an error 404.
    Last edited by wolfi323; 14-Oct-2014 at 09:17.

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