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If i understand correctly, the 'driver' parameter has to correspond to a
loaded module.  For svga, how is the name of that module ? (can't find it)
and for vesa ? and for vga ?

Other problem, on one computer i have a Geforce3.  I'm installing the kernel
and glx part of the nvidia driver, but at the kernel part it stops at ld :
apparently, when looking for dependencies for the NVDriver module, it finds
a whole lot of unreferenced symbols.  How to solve that ?  i did a grep of
some of these symbols in my directory tree and found them in the includes,
which should make them available to access, no ?

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