I had those installed already. Not sure what the issue was. But… After I tried all the things I could think of I went back into yast and I ended up breaking things. When I went to reboot all I got was a black screen. I could find no way around it.
No big deal. Tomorrow I am going to reinstall 11.1 and wait for 11.2 Milestone 6.
I still would like to know what I missed or if it was something else
I ha d the same problem. the fact is that the kernel source in the repo is still 2.6.30 while probably you have kernel 2.6.31 installed. it was for me. so I installed the right kernel source from factory and everything is ok now
I can add some more. Had the same problem on latest Factory kernel update. Point is, that the new kernel does not automatically install the new kernel sources. If you correct that by hand, i.e. selecting the version matching to the kernel, there’s no problem in installing the driver anymore. Can also be done from the Yast ncurses interface.