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    Error building nvidia kernel module

    OK, so instead of adding the backports repo and installing the driver from there I will full-upgrade to Debian 12.
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    Error building nvidia kernel module

    Wait, I'm thinking, if I upgrade to Debian 12, shouldn't it also fix the issue? Because I want to upgrade to 12 I just procrastinate on it.
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    Error building nvidia kernel module

    Sorry. Thanks man, i'll try! :)
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    Error building nvidia kernel module

    I'm still on Debian 11 because of life and I installed the driver like sudo apt install nvidia-driver from the non-free repo, the regular way of doing it.
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    Error building nvidia kernel module

    I have a GTX 750Ti but I have my driver installed and working well for a long time. I didn't try to install anything I just upgraded the system like always and that error happened.
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    Error building nvidia kernel module

    Hello, I upgraded my Debian (11 Bullseye) on 29th of May and I got a problem. Since then I get error messages on boot and the lowest resolution on lightDM and desktop. It must be Nvidia it seems. The errors from boot are: The output of # systemctl status systemd-modules-load.service: The...
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    What makes a program being 'installed'

    Sure, I won't write to it manually, it was a silly thought. I guess I know what I needed now to make my installer :) Thank you guys!!
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    What makes a program being 'installed'

    Oh that's cool, don't you know how to write manually to that metadata databases? Or how is that database called and where it is loacated? I looked for this but I'm not sure if what I found is accurate.
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    What makes a program being 'installed'

    Yeah, I see. Thanks! But then I need to run the installer always as root from the terminal, otherwise it will fail trying to access the /usr directory, right? So I could make a 'choose installation destination' dialog or install it directly in the user's directory home/user/games or something...
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    What makes a program being 'installed'

    Hello! I want to make an installer for my game so that the game is recognised as 'installed' on the system. Just like the GOG games installers. For that I need to know where to copy what files. I know that the actual files of a program go generally in /usr/bin or /usr/local/bin. The user files...
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