I'm having a problem with installing the latest Nvidia driver (IA32 edition, version 1.0-5336), to get 3D acceleration working on my Laptop. When I try to launch the shell script to install it from a terminal I recieve an error, telling me that i haven't got the package for the right platform and that it cannot continue. But surely I have the right package? If I'm running an Intel P4 with hyperthreading then I'm going to need th 32-bit package and not the 64-bit package. The AMD package is also clearly not going to be compatible.
My laptop's got an Nvidia Geforce FX Go5200 in it, as well as a Pentium 4 3 gig processor with hyperthreading. I've also downloaded and installed the modified Red Hat kernel with the 8 stack enabled on it for SMP from http://www.linuxant.com/driverloader...ernel-i686.php
. The Kernel is 2.6.5-1.358smp .
Any ideas on this one?