The symptom is:
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
The problem exists since I tried the first 15.2 beta and still persists in the current 15.2 RC.
While I know, that this is a problem of nvidia corp that provides the driver, I am surprised that I did not find any posts so far about it.
Did anybody else run into this?
Can I do anything to provide the requirement (did I miss any module?)
How are you installing this? Are you using the installation .bin executable, zypper, rpm? For GPU as old as GTX 560Ti, you should also check which driver is compatible with your GPU and also you can use the driver from OpenSUSE repository.
I’m having the exact same problem. It’s an older card, a GT 430 in my case, which requires the 390 series driver, or the G04 in SUSE terms. I’m using the nouveau driver currently, which works fine. Assuming that’s what is meant by the driver in the openSUSE repos.
What the op (presumably) and I both have done is added the nvidia repo, which (if memory serves) comes up when Yast is told to search for Community repos. This works fine for me in Tumbleweed, surprisingly not in Leap… I have not and will not try “the hard way” via the nvidia-supplied .run file, since nouveau is working. I would prefer to use the nvidia driver if possible though.
As a side note, nouveau was always a problem on my old-old card, a GT 240 (340 series or G03), with predictable hard freezes on any distro, though openSUSE seemed to take longer to finally do so…
I installed the driver (or was trying to install the driver) using the YAST “add / remove software” administration tool. I added the nvidida leap 15.2 repository and searched for “nvidia”. Both offered packages (G04* and G05*) are missing this dependency.
According to knurpht, the missing dependency is caused by a mismatch of the targeted kernel of the provided rpm-packages by NVidia and the current Leap 15.2 kernel.
I think, that something should be done for that situation, as currently the “standard way” of adding the nvidia drivers does not work for Leap 15.2.
I tried the “run” package provided by nvidia (as described in the SuSE wiki “the hard way”) which worked. I.e. the driver that is installed by the run package is compiled successfully and works flawless (as far as I have tested).
But in my opinion that is not a good way for the general Leap “average user” as it has several pitfalls which can cause your system to be unusable thereafter (I checked this on my test box - so I could go about it relaxed and succeeded in the second take - after installing the complete system anew because I managed to screw it up in the first try - nvidia driver did not load and I could not restore nouveau correctly and was stuck with runlevel 3).
Is this to be addressed by nvidia, or can leap do something about this? Who triggers, that this is somehow resolved?
After reading this thread and the comments over where sauerland commented, I decided to go ahead and try installing the driver using zypper’s second option (break the nvidia package by ignoring some of its dependencies or whatever it says exactly). It worked perfectly. I assume the dependency on ksym or whatever will soon be fixed, but anyone else in this situation right now can probably do what I did with equal success.
I was starting to get some weird flickering with nouveau, so I figured I’d give it a shot…