malcolmlewis wrote on Montag, 7. November 2016 15:34 in
suse.support.server.install-boot :

> You could try installing with a --no-deps option, but if you have the
> src rpm there is no need to install, you should rebuild as your user and
> only install the resulting binary rpm. A rpmbuild directory should be
> created in your ~/ directory.


There is no actual problem at me side. As I wrote I was able to install the
driver. It is running now.

But after a kernel patch it is possible that I have to rebuild again. I want
to make a repository for the src.rpm and install via zypper si so that in
case of a new kernel zypper automaticly rebuild the driver.

Bye

Bernd