Using Aurora, can't install RPM fusion

I tried setting up nvidia drivers but couldn’t I keep getting errors:
error: Could not depsolve transaction; 2 problems detected:
Problem 1: cannot install both rpmfusion-nonfree-release-40-1.noarch from @commandline and rpmfusion-nonfree-release-40-1.noarch from @System

  • conflicting requests
    Problem 2: cannot install both rpmfusion-free-release-40-1.noarch from @commandline and rpmfusion-free-release-40-1.noarch from @System
  • conflicting requests

any ideas?

I also tried rebasing but the kernel module will not load…

There’s no need to install nvidia drivers, they’re included, but you might not be on the right image, can you paste in a rpm-ostree status?

rebased, ended up here AutomaticUpdates: stage; rpm-ostreed-automatic.timer: no runs since boot
Deployments:
● ostree-image-signed:docker://ghcr.io/ublue-os/aurora-dx-nvidia:40
Digest: sha256:6ebc35cf2a4d369a6186d9549cda6fa06d7b007cedd2e4e1fb43ddf52abab08c
Version: 40.20240611.0 (2024-06-11T16:56:42Z)
LayeredPackages: gnome-disk-utility

ostree-image-signed:docker://ghcr.io/ublue-os/aurora-dx-nvidia:40
Digest: sha256:6ebc35cf2a4d369a6186d9549cda6fa06d7b007cedd2e4e1fb43ddf52abab08c
Version: 40.20240611.0 (2024-06-11T16:56:42Z)
LayeredPackages: gnome-disk-utility

initial install was the framework dx

You’re on the right image, you shouldn’t need to install the nvidia drivers, is something not working?

Similar problem here (not with driver, with repo). Is there reason to have RPM Fusion disabled in default Aurora (especially DX version)?

Hard to answer these questions without knowing what people are trying to do. :smile:

But generally speaking the reason we make these images is so you don’t have to deal with 3rd party repos.

Sorry it has been a while.

Context:
I am trying to use an nvidia card with an egpu dock (th3p4g3 85w). I am using a framework laptop 13 7840u. I initially had the framework image then rebased to the nvidia one but the thing was still not functional. ended up having to install the OS with nvidia from scratch. It is functional at least for what I am trying to do. I can get HDMI or display port out I cant play games on it. I can literally only use it for CUDA.

none of the built it ujust llama related stuff worked out of the box had to manually install everyting. I even made sure to use the kernel parameters to stop using the igpu. I also have a 12th gen intel board and it is and even worse scenario with that one.