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  • #11
    DKMS support...... very late but better than never..

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    • #12
      I wrote nvidia dkms support first 03-Mar-2008 - integrated to my install-nvidia-debian.sh script a bit later that year. So >4 years later nvidia did the same

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      • #13
        Originally posted by Nille View Post
        i'm very excited about the DKMS Support.
        Ditto...no more having to manually reinstall driver with each kernel install

        Originally posted by Kano View Post
        I wrote nvidia dkms support first 03-Mar-2008 - integrated to my install-nvidia-debian.sh script a bit later that year. So >4 years later nvidia did the same
        Think I remember that, but how well is nvidia's implementation compared to yours?

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        • #14
          173.14.35

          Originally posted by ethana2 View Post
          I'm not seeing the 64-bit version of this.. when I navigate to the 64 bit drivers for my GPU, I only see the one that was released one month ago.

          Also, I'm still waiting for a legacy driver where the installer actually works for my old GeForce 5200 FX or whatever; the driver is out, but I can't for the life of me get the installer to work-- at this point I'm fed up with and scared of .run files, so I guess I'll just wait for a .deb
          I had trouble with the first release of the last legacy 173.14.xx on a 32 bit system, but the driver released last month, 173.14.35, worked.

          Good luck on that.

          Be real, be sober.

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