Nvidia Accelerated Linux Graphics Driver (long-lived branch release) is available for Linux x86, Linux x86_64, Linux ARM, Solaris, FreeBSD x86 and FreeBSD x86_64.
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More about this driver
- Added support for the following GPUs:
- Tesla K40t
- GeForce 720A
- GeForce 920A
- GeForce 930A
- GeForce 940A
- GeForce GTX 950A
- GeForce GTX 980 Ti
- Fixed a bug in nvidia-settings that caused the application to crash when saving the EDID to a file.
- Fixed a bug that prevented the "mkprecompiled" utility included in the driver package from reading files correctly.
- Fixed a bug that could cause an Xid error when terminating a video playback application using the overlay presentation queue in VDPAU.
- Updated nvidia-installer to avoid recursing too deeply into kernel source trees under /usr/lib/modules, mirroring an existing restriction on recursion under /lib/modules.
- Updated nvidia-installer to use modprobe(8) when leaving the NVIDIA kernel module loaded after installation, instead of insmod(8) or libkmod. This allows the kernel module to honor any configuration directives that apply to it in /etc/modprobe.d when it is loaded.
- Fixed a bug that allowed console messages from the Linux kernel to be drawn over the user interface of nvidia-installer.