Our Workstation is running CentOS Linux (3.10.0-693.17.11.el7.x86_64) 7 (Core).
After a 'yum update' today during which a new nvidia driver was installed (nvidia-x11-drv-390.25-1.el7_4.elrepo.x86_64 and kmod-nvidia-390.25-1.el7_4.elrepo.x86_64) i noticed that certain OpenGL applications didn't work anymore and the wIndow manger of the Mate Desktop behaved strangely.
Therefore i uninstalled
nvidia-x11-drv-390.25-1.el7_4.elrepo.x86_64 and kmod-nvidia-390.25-1.el7_4.elrepo.x86_64
nvidia-x11-drv-340xx-340.106-1.el7.elrepo.x86_64 and kmod-nvidia-340xx-340.106-1.el7.elrepo.x86_64
After rebooting the computer it froze after these messages
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Starting Login Service... Starting Dump dmesg to /var/log/dmesg... [ OK ] Reached target Timers. [ OK ] Started System Logging Service. [ OK ] Started GSSAPI Proxy Demon. [ OK ] Started RealtimeKit Scheduling Policy Service. [ OK ] Reached target NFS client services. [ OK ] Reached target Remote File Systems (Pre). [ OK ] Reached target Remote File Systems. Started Permit User Sessions... [ OK ] Started Load CPU microcode update. [ OK ] Started Dump dmesg to /var/log/dmesg. [ OK ] Started Permit User Sessions. [ OK ] Started Authorization Manager. [ OK ] Started Login Service. [ OK ] Started Modem Manager. [ OK ] Started Command Scheduler. Starting Command Scheduler... Starting Wait for Plymouth Boot Screen to Quit... Starting Light Display manager... [ OK ] Started Install ABRT coredump hook. [ OK ] Started Accounts Service. [ OK ] Started Network Manager. Starting Network Manager Wait Online...
BTW, the Workstation *is* connected to the Network with an ethernet cable.
Is there a possibility to save this situation, or should i reinstall CentOS altogether?