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Whatever you read is wrong, rpmfusion always supported F25 release from day one with 375.20! I wouldn't bother with the crappy guide from if-not-true-then-false.com, to be honest it's complete shit. The rpmfusion guide isn't a lot better either.

I would run

sudo dnf update

reboot to new kernel, then run

sudo dnf install kernel-devel sudo dnf install akmod-nvidia

If you require 32bit libs, run

sudo dnf install xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs-.i686

Whatever you read is wrong, rpmfusion always supported F25 release from day one with 375.20! I wouldn't bother with the crappy guide from if-not-true-then-false.com, to be honest it's complete shit. The rpmfusion guide isn't a lot better either.either as the commands install kernel-debug-devel (That issue is caused by lame kernel packaging).

I would run

sudo dnf update

update

reboot to new kernel, then run

sudo dnf install kernel-devel
sudo dnf install akmod-nvidia

akmod-nvidia

If you require 32bit libs, run

sudo dnf install xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs-.i686

xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs-.i686

Whatever you read is wrong, rpmfusion always supported F25 release from day one with 375.20! I wouldn't bother with the crappy guide from if-not-true-then-false.com, to be honest it's complete shit. shit.

The rpmfusion guide isn't a lot better either as the commands install kernel-debug-devel (That issue is caused by lame kernel packaging).

I would run

sudo dnf update

reboot to new kernel, then run

sudo dnf install kernel-devel
sudo dnf install akmod-nvidia

If you require 32bit libs, run

sudo dnf install xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs-.i686

Whatever you read is wrong, rpmfusion always supported F25 release from day one with 375.20! I wouldn't bother with the crappy guide from if-not-true-then-false.com, to be honest it's complete shit.

The rpmfusion guide isn't a lot better either as the commands install kernel-debug-devel (That issue is caused by lame kernel packaging).

I would run

sudo dnf update

reboot to new kernel, then run

sudo dnf install kernel-devel
sudo dnf install akmod-nvidia

If you require 32bit libs, run

sudo dnf install xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs-.i686

P.S If your card is a M (laptop card) it will probably fail as optimus sucks.

Whatever you read is wrong, rpmfusion always supported F25 release from day one with 375.20! I wouldn't bother with the crappy guide from if-not-true-then-false.com, to be honest it's complete shit.

The rpmfusion guide isn't a lot better either as the commands install kernel-debug-devel (That issue is caused by lame kernel packaging).

I would run

sudo dnf update

reboot to new kernel, then run

sudo dnf install kernel-devel
sudo dnf install akmod-nvidia

If you require 32bit libs, run

sudo dnf install xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs-.i686

P.S If your card is a M 740M (laptop card) it will probably fail as optimus sucks.