on my PC=Dell latitude E6510, RAM=8Gb, GPU=GT218 NVS 3100M, CPU=i7 Q 720 @ 1.60GHz,
I had a tri-boot system with 1)OS=opensuse 13.2 KDE= 4.14.6 Video-driver=NVIDIA G03 from community repo, 2)OS=opensuse 13.1 Video-driver=Nouveau, 3)OS=windows7.
I dicided to upgrade the opensuse 13.1 to opensuse 13.2, I did offline upgrade from dvd, everything went fine, update everything and added the same repository and software of the 1)OS, the only difference was 2)OS with Video-driver=Nouveau.
so now the system is:
tri-boot with 1)OS=opensuse 13.2 KDE= 4.14.6 Video-driver=NVIDIA G03 from community repo, 2)OS=opensuse 13.2 KDE= 4.14.6 Video-driver=Nouveau, 3)OS=windows7.
I tried to install in 2)OS also nvidia video-driver G03 from community repo (yast automatically selected the same files of the 1)OS) but I didn’t succeed, nvidia driver doesn’t start and a very low resolution screen appear, I tried also G02 version but nothing, during this installation something about the GRUB jumped on my eyes…, as the 2)OS start from the GRUB of the 1)OS could it be possible that something that yast need to doin grub it do this in the other grub ???
so, my suspect, may be wrong, is on grub…
I also updated grub cfg with Grub2cmd option 3
Grub2cmd Menu Selection Options Are:
- Grub 2 Command Help/Listing
- Grub 2 File Editor Menu
- Update grub.cfg Menu (For All Changes!)
any suggestion on what to do to have in both my opensuse 13.2 nvidia drivers???
manythanks, ciao pier