nvidia the hard way -- Unable to compile kernel modules

I am reinstalling a laptop (asus G75VW) using my own script to install nvidia drivers the hard way.
The Nvidia Version is : NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-390.116.run
This is the last driver for my geforce card GTX 670M (GF114M).
My script has always succeed up to now (with this driver on this computer).

I cannot build kernel modules with dkms.
I have not keep the error message

I restart my script skipping the use of dkms.
Here is the start of /var/log/nvidia-installer.log

I have read this thread : https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/519401-Unable-to-install-NVIDIA-drivers
But it is somewhat old.

Any help is welcome.

The G04 driver is at 390.138, might want to update your source…

Thank you for the info.
At the moment, that is not really my concern.
As the title says my problem is that I cannot install the proprietary nvidia driver.
It would be a great help if you have any idea.

That’s what I meant, you need to grab the newer run file, 390.138 as it has AFAIK fixes for the later kernel etc without having to patch…

Sorry but English is not my mother language, I took your message as information, not as a necessity.
While browsing the web, I understood my mistake.
Effectively NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-390.116.run can be used up to leap 15.1
Effectively NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-390.138.run can be used from leap 15.2

Thank you for your help.

Perhaps this thread may go to hardware forum ?
If so , do so