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#1 2024-05-09 09:53:55

TechXero
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nVidia 4700xx Failing DKMS

Hey everyone...

This morning I updated my Arch system, only to be greeted with black screen after reboot. I use nVidia's 470xx-dkms drivers from the AUR coz my GPU is GT-710. I tried all Kernels I know of, LTS, CachyOS, Vanilla, TKG.. Always fails dkms part..

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https://notes.xerolinux.xyz/?a2f92e9486 … NBgPSKfVir

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#2 2024-05-09 10:00:57

loqs
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Re: nVidia 4700xx Failing DKMS

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#3 2024-05-09 10:17:08

TechXero
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Re: nVidia 4700xx Failing DKMS

Thanks but no idea how to apply this fix. Will wait. For now I downgraded GCC to 13.2.1 which worked wink

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#4 2024-05-09 14:29:32

TempusNemini
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Re: nVidia 4700xx Failing DKMS

TechXero wrote:

Thanks but no idea how to apply this fix. Will wait. For now I downgraded GCC to 13.2.1 which worked wink

In fact - this is pretty easy to do. At first i decided to downgrade gcc as well, but LibreOffice doesn't work with it :-)
Basically all that you need:
- clone nvidia-470xx-utils repo cd to it
- create gcc14.patch file in this repo (with text from link above)
- add this file to source= array in PKGBUILD file
- run updpkgsums
- add to function prepare() in PKGBUILD file:
  patch --forward --strip=1 --input=/full/path/to/gcc14.patch
- run makepkg (to build package)
- run makepkg --install (to install it)

After this i just updated gcc / gcc-libs and everything works fine now.

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#5 2024-05-09 15:30:20

WorMzy
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Re: nVidia 4700xx Failing DKMS

Mod note: moving to AUR Issues


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