You should try to install packages from outside of the package management if you want a better experience on linux systems
If you want to install a package that is not on paldo repository you can make your own spec on your hard disk and install it with upkg... you can see more instructions on the wiki
Now, I see you tried to run the nvidia-installer... first to install the nvidia driver on paldo you should use
And then modify the xorg.conf using nvidia-xconfig
Another things is that the no such file or directory is related to the lack of the symlinks on x86_64 named as lib64 and lib32. Some proprietary programs comes by default related to paths like /usr/lib64 and on paldo, being a pure 64 it should be looking for /usr/lib instead.
Now to fix this problems you have to make the symlinks your self... you will see that this problem only occurs to packages that can't be compiled like nvidia-installed, opera and others.
To create the symlinks go to a terminal and type:
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sudo ln -sv /lib /lib64
sudo ln -sv /lib /lib32
sudo ln -sv /usr/lib /usr/lib64
sudo ln -sv /usr/lib /usr/lib32
sudo ln -sv /usr/local/lib /usr/local/lib64
sudo ln -sv /usr/local/lib /usr/local/lib32
Now you shouldn't have this problem again
OSs: Paldo-testing x86_64 :: HP Pavilion dv9680ez