This is the second time I’ve run into this issue, previous was on Ubuntu 13.04. (Couldn’t fix it then either.)
Let me give some context:
I have an E2200 network card on my mb, so I need to either patch network drivers, or upgrade my kernel to 3.10+.
On Ubuntu 13.04 I initially upgraded to 3.10, but struggled to properly install the 325.15 drivers. I managed in the end, but some software like PlayOnLinux could not find the 32bit libraries. I figured I duffed up, so I patched the network driver, rolled back the kernel, installed the NVidia drives from the repository, and called it a day. (That did work in the end, and resulted in many happy days.)
I have now switched to Fedora 19, and I have the same issue.
I upgraded to kernel 3.11.
I installed the (patched) 325.15 drivers from here https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/610580/325-15-drivers-do-not-compile-witth-3-11-1-kernel/.
The installation seemed to go fine, and I opted to install the 32bit libraries.
However, PlayOnLinux still claims it can’t find the 32bit libraries.
This time I’d rather figure out how to fix it properly. I’ve googled, but I’m not finding anything really helpful. Is there anybody here willing to lend a rookie a hand?
Thanks in advance