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You always need xf86-video-nouveau, that's the Xorg driver, not the kernel module ! The kernel module is in the nouveau-drm package, and you still need that too, as nouveau is built externally rather than enabled in archlinux kernel. That allows for more flexibility.
 
You always need xf86-video-nouveau, that's the Xorg driver, not the kernel module ! The kernel module is in the nouveau-drm package, and you still need that too, as nouveau is built externally rather than enabled in archlinux kernel. That allows for more flexibility.
 
--[[User:Shining|shining]] 12:05, 1 April 2010 (EDT)
 
--[[User:Shining|shining]] 12:05, 1 April 2010 (EDT)
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I don't know if my warning with the blacklisting is the best solution for switching without deinstallich nvidia drivers, but couln't find somewehere where aktually nvidia is selected to load first.... if anyone knows ...
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--[[User:Bosco Witch|Boscowitch]] 16:11, 17 April 2010 (EDT)

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Shouldn't this documentation be edited now that the nouveau-driver is in the .33-kernel?

I guess at the very least, one doesn't have to install xf86-video-nouveau anymore. Maybe there are other changes? --Zenlord 07:56, 31 March 2010 (EDT)

You always need xf86-video-nouveau, that's the Xorg driver, not the kernel module ! The kernel module is in the nouveau-drm package, and you still need that too, as nouveau is built externally rather than enabled in archlinux kernel. That allows for more flexibility. --shining 12:05, 1 April 2010 (EDT)


I don't know if my warning with the blacklisting is the best solution for switching without deinstallich nvidia drivers, but couln't find somewehere where aktually nvidia is selected to load first.... if anyone knows ... --Boscowitch 16:11, 17 April 2010 (EDT)