To kick off a new month NVIDIA has released a new NVIDIA Linux binary graphics driver update. The first driver release of October is the 319.60 debut.
The NVIDIA 319.60 Linux driver update isn't too very exciting but in the way of new hardware support it now works on the GeForce GTX 760 Ti OEM hardware. The rest of the changes in this latest 319.xx update are bug-fixes.
Bug fixes for this driver update include OpenGL applications creashing when initializing new threads, incorrect GPU/memory clocks for some PowerMizer levels on Kepler hardware within NVIDIA Settings, the X Server failing to start on certain laptops when using a DisplayPort monitor, and a bug in the NVIDIA Installer concerning the 32-bit libGL.la library ending up in the wrong place.
This latest binary driver update for Linux x86/x86_64 can be downloaded from NVIDIA.com