Nvidia driver 525.60.13, confirm Red Hat (8.7) kernel support

We have both Quadro RTX 4000 and Quadro P1000 cards installed in machines running Red Hat Kernel=4.18.0-425.3.1 (RHEL8.7). Please confirm the cuda and kmod driver versions are supported, and with what version.
The repo we use is Index of /compute/cuda/repos/rhel8/x86_64 we have tried “dnf install cuda” which installed cuda 11-8, and kmod 525.60.13. After installing the 85 dependent packages and rebooting the kernel driver does not load, confirmed with lsmod command, and also with nvidia-smi command indicates it cannot connect to gpu. I do not find driver 525.60.11 in this repo which is what your web sites indicates is the current driver for these cards: (removed links because new users can only add one link)

Please run nvidia-bug-report.sh as root and attach the resulting nvidia-bug-report.log.gz file to your post.

Is it possible to get confirmation that driver v=525.60.13-* is supported on RHEL8.7, without running the nvidia-bug-report.sh? I have a process to follow to get the output sent to an outside vendor that takes time. Please let me know.

In your Linux Install Guide: Link= (CUDA Installation Guide for Linux), it indicates RHEL8 support: “RHEL 8.y (y <= 6)”, this is kernel version=“4.18.0-372.9.1”, can you tell me if this is current and accurate as of today? Does latest driver version(525.60.13) in your development respository support RHEL 8.7 (kern=4.18.0-425.3.1) ??

Also reference Nvidia Support ticket below:


• Date Created: 12/20/2022 02:13 PM
• Date Last Updated: 12/20/2022 02:13 PM
• Status: Waiting for customer

Support, I am still having driver install issues. Can you confirm that for RHEL8 driver install of pre-compiled drivers from repos does support secure-boot and kernel driver signing? And, where is the .crt (.pem/.der) public key/cert storted? Or, does secure-boot enabled require using the “.run” installer? Should I open a separate post to get this answer??