[SOLVED] Linux 3.10/3.11 incompatibility: In function ‘nv_i2c_del_adapter’ error

thanks Milos_SD, that little change to nv-linux.h is all it took to get the 325.15 driver to build on 3.11-rc4.

But, unfortunately, it don’t want to load (after successfull build) on 3.11.1.
It says, that it has no support for card, while it README says, it has…

3.11.1
Patch FAILS!
Here we go again with 325.15 not as in the photo

I have downloaded the above patch into a new file and placed it into
/usr/src/nvidia-319-updates-319.32/patches/nvidia-319.49_kernel-3.12.patch
Updated the /usr/src/nvidia-319-updates-319.32/dkms.conf
(and added…)
PATCH[3]=“nvidia-319.49_kernel-3.12.patch”
PATCH_MATCH[3]="^3.[12]
Then running:
dkms install -m nvidia-319 -v updates-319.32 -k 3.12.0-031200rc7-generic

Worked for me :-) Thanks maux!

Running Kubuntu 12.4 LTS - Kernel 3.12 rc7 and Nvidia 319 - updated 319.32
(dkms status > nvidia-319, updates-319.32, 3.12.0-031200rc7-generic, x86_64)
downloaded the kernel from: http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.12-rc7-saucy/

Hi
Linux Torvalds is making the things harder for NVIDIA drivers .

Using G 200 1GB DDR3 , Kernel 3.5 on Core Duo . No Problem until know everything worked perfectly . The futur can wait because he should take a rest .
Bravo DAVID AND OTHERS , U make a good Work . Very fascinating and Thank you .

Regards

Mounir .