Because, if you use the GNOME desktop than you also most likely use the "GNOME Display Manager" gdm and not the "KDE Display Manager" kdm ... the latter one would only be present if you installed KDE. If you didn't then it's not present. So my suggestion would be to try again, but use gdm instead of kdm ... ?fixrman wrote:No, I am not sure it is installed.
fixrman wrote:But I get this message: sudo: /etc/init.d/kdm: command not found
Tried manual install, but no version of the nVidia driver seems to work now. I have a GeF2MX400 64M in this.