Debian 6.0 + xen + nvidia

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How can I get? Already tried everything …
The first version was here: http://xgu.ru/wiki/NVIDIAиXen. It was suggested that in fact the following:
# Export IGNOREXENPRESENCE = 1
# Chmod a + x NVIDIA-Linux-x86-173.14.09-pkg1.run
# ./NVIDIA-Linux-x86-173.14.09-pkg1.run
All performed well, even the system of Georgia. However, after the launch of ‘X’, got a black screen (monitor is then switched off completely) and the keyboard does not respond. Ssh in the system was available.
There was also a second option for OpenSuse (http://welinux.ru/post/4392/):
1. Take the driver’s official website nVidia. Of course, if we already have the package installed from native repositories, we need an appropriate version of the installer.
sudo su –
cd / usr / src
wget http://ru.download.nvidia.com/XFree86/Linux- $ (uname-i) / 260.19.12/NVIDIA-Linux- $ (uname-i)-260.19.12.run
sh NVIDIA * – extract-only

2. Copy the appropriate config files in the kernel source tree
cd / usr / src / linux
cp / usr/src/linux- $ (uname-r)-obj / $ (uname-i) / xen / .config.
cp / usr/src/linux- $ (uname-r)-obj / $ (uname-i) / xen / .Module.symvers.

3. Reboot with the Xen kernel and collect for him Module
cd / usr / src / linux
make oldconfig & & make scripts & & make prepare
cd / usr / src / NVIDIA * / kernel
IGNOREXENPRESENCE = y CC = “gcc-DNVVMAP4PRESENT-DNVSIGNALSTRUCTRLIM” make SYSSRC = / usr / src / linux module

4. Copy the module and update the list of dependencies
cp nvidia.ko / lib / modules / $ (uname-r) / kernel / drivers / video /
cd / lib / modules / $ (uname-r) / kernel / drivers / video /
depmod-a

But this option is to try to Debian did not work because the folder / usr/src/linux- $ (uname-r)-obj / I have not found.

If someone faced with a similar or knows how to help, to dig, please help.
There is an opportunity to experiment with a separate a computer, so welcome any variants, how to get to work on the xen hypervisor Debian Squeeze with proprietary drivers, nVidia.

P.S.: video card: GeForce 7600GT
P.P.S.: sorry for my bad english