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You may want to consider changing the source (repository) of NVIDIA drivers.
First remove every NVIDIA related package you've installed from RPM Fusion.
Restart the system, then add the negativo17 repository and install the drivers.

  • sudo dnf config-manager --add-repo=https://negativo17.org/repos/fedora-nvidia.repo

  • sudo dnf update

  • sudo dnf install kernel-devel nvidia-driver nvidia-settings

  • sudo reboot

There are differences in the way the drivers are provided, just learn more here.
I have tested these drivers on fedora 27 with kernel 4.14 and everything works.

You may want to consider changing the source (repository) of NVIDIA drivers.
First remove every NVIDIA related package you've installed from RPM Fusion.
Restart the system, then add the negativo17 repository and install the drivers.

  • sudo dnf config-manager --add-repo=https://negativo17.org/repos/fedora-nvidia.repo

  • sudo dnf update

  • sudo dnf install kernel-devel nvidia-driver nvidia-settings

  • sudo reboot

There are differences in the way the drivers are provided, just learn more here.
I have tested these drivers on fedora 27 with kernel 4.14 and everything works.works.
Another advantage is that you always get the latest stable NVIDIA GPU drivers.

You may want to consider changing the source (repository) of NVIDIA drivers.

First remove every NVIDIA related package you've installed from RPM Fusion.
Restart the system, then add the negativo17 repository and install the drivers.

  • sudo dnf config-manager --add-repo=https://negativo17.org/repos/fedora-nvidia.repo

  • sudo dnf update

  • sudo dnf install kernel-devel nvidia-driver nvidia-settings

  • sudo reboot

There are differences in the way the drivers are provided, just learn more here.
I have tested these drivers on fedora 27 with kernel 4.14 and everything works.

Another advantage is that you always get the latest stable NVIDIA GPU drivers.

You may want to consider changing the source (repository) of NVIDIA drivers.

First remove every NVIDIA related package you've installed from RPM Fusion.

Restart the system, then add the negativo17 repository and install the drivers.

  • sudo dnf config-manager --add-repo=https://negativo17.org/repos/fedora-nvidia.repo

  • sudo dnf update

  • sudo dnf install kernel-devel nvidia-driver nvidia-settings

  • sudo reboot

There are differences in the way the drivers are provided, just learn more here.

I have tested these drivers on fedora 27 with kernel 4.14 and everything works.

Another advantage is that you always get the latest stable NVIDIA GPU drivers.