[aur-general] Should nvidia(-beta)-all replace all the other nvidia-* packages in the AUR?

Ike Devolder ike.devolder at gmail.com
Sat Mar 19 14:49:11 EDT 2011

Op zaterdag 19 maart 2011 19:19:41 schreef Det:
> Helloooo,
> So I've been thinking about this for some time now and I finally
> decided to ask the ones who know the best: would it be enough to only
> have 'nvidia-beta-all' and 'nvidia-all' in the AUR to replace all
> those nvidia-ice, nvidia-bfs, eg. packages? (Decluding nvidia-utils*,
> of course.)
> As far as I can think of, I can't see any downside(s) (whatsoever) of
> using those *-all packages instead of those 'specifc-kernel' packages,
> since they do in fact auto-detect all the kernels on the system.
> Now to the important part: what do you think?
>   Det

For me its all the same, you can remove the nvidia-bede package
from aur

i'll keep it in my own source tree because the nvidia-all package 
assumes the kernel version as the running version

most of the time i build for a kernen which is not running at the time

Ike (aka BlackEagle)

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