[driverloader] re-loading / installing after (k)ubuntu update?

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Thu Aug 31 16:03:22 EDT 2006


if you installed a pre-compiled package of DriverLoader and 'apt-get 
update' updated the kernel, you will have to re-install a new 
DriverLoader package to match the new kernel.

You can uninstall DriverLoader with the 'sudo dldrconfig --uninstall' 
command in a shell. DriverLoader packages can be downloaded from:


The whole process can also be done with the installer as well, it is 
available at:


We recommend to users who want to upgrade the kernel to use a generic 
package of DriverLoader instead of a pre-compiled package to prevent 
such problems on most cases.


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

Scott Finnie wrote:
> Apologies,
> Know I've seen this before somewhere, can't remember where.
> I've just done an apt-get update (Kubuntu 6.06) and driverloader doesn't 
>  now load.
> I know I can re-install but am sure there's an easier way; help much 
> appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Scoot.
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