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Implement compatibility with DKMS (Nvidia, etc.) #1091
rpm-ostree version info:
When installing nvidia kmod it fails:
From the journal:
The scriptlets are:
referenced this issue
Apr 4, 2018
I said this elsewhere but to repeat here; I think we could pretty easily implement a generic hook in
Where things bifurcate a lot here is - do you install the equivalent of
What would mix both
Perhaps it's not quite the right issue to discuss this in, but I'd just like to raise the concern that ideally whatever solution for is proposed for this issue should not make it too difficult for an end-user to sign the resulting akmods-built modules for Secure Boot using their own keypair.
As this issue identifies, losing easy access to ZFS, VirtualBox and the NVidia Drivers is a major concern for new users to Atomic/Silverblue, but I think it's also a concern if a user is only able to access the above at the cost of disabling Secure Boot.
@alexhaydock Not just new users! I've been a Linux workstation / laptop user since Red Hat 6.2 and if a distro won't support my AMD GCN 1.1 card or WiFi hotspot or HP Omen laptop with an NVidia 1050Ti, I'll run a different distro. Secure Boot is over-rated; if I have to disable it to use my machine, that's exactly what I'll do.