I installed driver version 195.36.24 via rpm. However previously I did an install using devdriver_3.0_linux_64_195.36.15.run. Now everytime I run my application, I got this message;
“the NVIDIA kernel module has version 195.36.24, but this NVIDIA driver component has version 195.36.15”
How can I get rid of all 195.36.15’s driver? Also, using 195.36.24 shouldn’t have any problems with CUDA, right?
Sorry everyone, it was easy enough to solve this. Just that the “how” only came to me after I pushed the “submit” button for the topic.
Worst case, run updatedb, and then locate 195.36.15 which will list all the files installed by dev_driver_195.36.15. Then manually remove them.
Or just keep it simple and use the the --uninstall flag:
Take a good look at the advanced options via the “-A” flag or for the less advanced ones too see --help
Note I’m assuming here you still had the old devdriver_3.0_linux_64_195.36.15.run file, I suppose you could
get it again to use the uninstaller as above.