I just downloaded and gave a try to driver v410.73, but alas it fails to build usable modules on all my systems: apparently, it expects to have power-management functions built in the kernel (or modules), and so fails on driver module insertion with the following errors:
[30110.639161] nvidia: Unknown symbol nv_pmops_freeze (err -2) [30110.639173] nvidia: Unknown symbol nv_pmops_restore (err -2) [30110.639178] nvidia: Unknown symbol nv_pmops_poweroff (err -2) [30110.639211] nvidia: Unknown symbol nv_pmops_thaw (err -2) [30110.639213] nvidia: Unknown symbol nv_pmops_resume (err -2) [30110.639217] nvidia: Unknown symbol nv_pmops_suspend (err -2)
Please, NVIDIA, STOP assuming that everyone uses kernels with every feature compiled in, especially features that are unnecessary to most desktop systems (here, suspend/resume). With pre-v410.66 drivers you already assumed NUMA and cgroups (which are only useful for servers and supercomputers), and now you assume stuff that is only useful for portable computers !
I do hope you will not need months to fix that bug, like you did with the NUMA/cgroups one… :-(
Attaching the full nvidia-installer.log file below.
nvidia-installer.log (25.2 KB)