Life is a bitch -- the buildsys for livna is down again, thus I'm unable to build new kmod packages for the 2.6.26 kernels Fedora recently published for Fedora 8 and 9. Thus please be patient for a while; we'll build and publish them as soon as possible (but there is no ETA yet when the buildsys comes back; hopefully soon).
If you really need a new kmod for the 2.6.26 kernels you can either use akmods (Fedora 9 only) or follow the steps to manually rebuild a kmod srpm.
Example how to use akmod-nvidia on Fedora 9:
yum install akmod-nvidia
Just restart after that; the kmod should get compiled and installed on next startup. You might need to restart a second time before the nvidia driver gets enabled again -- there was a bug which was fixed just recently.
But there is one more problem: at least the akmods/srpms in the repos for iscsitarget, madwifi and qc-usb are not compiling with 2.6.26 yet :-/ Some of the maintainers have patches for this, so this problems hopefully will also be fixed quickly once the buildsys is back. I was told akmod-madwifi from devel might work, but someone else said it compiles, but doesn't work :-/
For RPM Fusion things hopefully will get better, as the buildsys seems to be more reliable. And we have two x86-builders, so one of them can go down without causing trouble. Ohh, and we'll be able to build kmod packages quicker thanks to the second builder.