After installing Ubuntu 18.10 I wanted to install the new NVIDIA drivers from the GPU Drivers PPA (
ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa), but I forgot to check if my graphics card supports
After the installation and the reboot, I got an error message that the drivers are unsigned and this error message was appearing in a loop even in TTY 2-7.
PKCS#7 signature not signed with a trusted key
I was forced to remove the NVIDIA drivers and to install
nvidia-340 as the only option right because the
nouveau drivers didn't want to run properly.
When I try to install another drivers version, the installer tells that it will install
The following additional packages will be installed: libnvidia-cfg1-410 libnvidia-common-410 libnvidia-compute-410 libnvidia-compute-410:i386 libnvidia-decode-410 libnvidia-decode-410:i386 libnvidia-encode-410 libnvidia-encode-410:i386 libnvidia-fbc1-410 libnvidia-fbc1-410:i386 libnvidia-gl-410 libnvidia-gl-410:i386 libnvidia-ifr1-410 libnvidia-ifr1-410:i386 nvidia-compute-utils-410 nvidia-dkms-410 nvidia-driver-390 nvidia-driver-410 nvidia-kernel-common-410 nvidia-kernel-source-410 nvidia-utils-410 xserver-xorg-video-nvidia-410
Is it possible to force the installation of a specified drivers version other than
I tried to install drivers with bash installers from the NVIDIA website, but I'm getting an error:
ERROR: Unable to load the "nvidia-drm" kernel module.