NVIDIA Auto Installer for Fedora now works with Fedora 34

The v0.3.5 release of NVIDIA Auto Installer for Fedora has now been tested and confirmed to be working on Fedora 34. With this release, the executable binaries have been phased out in favor for a much convenient packaging on COPR.

Simply execute the following commands in succession to install the tool.

# dnf install dnf-plugins-core -y
# dnf copr enable t0xic0der/nvidia-auto-installer-for-fedora -y
# dnf install nvautoinstall -y


Please report any issues that you have here and feel free to tag me with any issues related to NVIDIA installations on Ask Fedora. I would be glad to assist. :slight_smile:


I ran the --compat option first and everything checked out so then I ran the --driver option. Too bad this doesn’t work for me. I received the error of, “[ ✗ ] RPM Fusion repository for Proprietary NVIDIA Driver was not detected”.

Never mind, it is now working! You have to give it the sudo nvautoinstall --rpmadd BEFORE running the --driver option

Glad to know that it ended up working for you. :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:

It does not work for legacy-cards (e.g. nvidia 340.xx driver), it works fine with the latest nvidia driver for newer cards. This should be mentioned.

Hi @heliosstyx,

This seems to have been specified in the “Note” section of the GitHub repo’s README.md file (GitHub - t0xic0der/nvidia-auto-installer-for-fedora: A CLI tool which lets you install proprietary NVIDIA drivers and much more easily on Fedora 32 and above) and here too (t0xic0der/nvidia-auto-installer-for-fedora Copr) - that it has only been tested to be working on 9XX/10XX/20XX series cards.

This should work on Rocky Linux also… yes? I need to test that out. RC1 has been released; I’m just waiting on the GM to give it a spin.

I am not very sure if it would work, for I have not tested it there.

Plus, installing it might not be possible as I have built support for the following distributions only.

Ref Build 2203357 in t0xic0der/nvidia-auto-installer-for-fedora

I guess I’m doing this right, I have a GTX 750 Series Card and am one-by-one copy / pasting the commands. When I typed sudo nvautoinstall --plcuda I installed 5 gigs of data. If i want to remove / uninstall this, what is the proper way to go about this? Would it just be sudo nvautoremove --plcuda

Also, does the update center automatically update all this stuff? Or do I have to re-update and run commands manually later?

This is awesome, thanks!!

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This tool has been tested only on 9XX/10XX/20XX cards so I am unable to state for certain that this would work. Also, the tool (as of now) does not provide a way to uninstall - so please use this command to uninstall cuda.

dnf remove cuda

The update center would be able to automatically update the packages installed as the tool is simply a wrapper on DNF and other such utilities - attempting to streamline the process of installing the drivers and other such NVIDIA utilities.

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