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NVIDIA 1.0-8183 Download

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Published on 26 March 2006 01:00 AM EST
Written by Phoronix in NVIDIA
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As we had delivered this news in our NVIDIA 1.0-8183 Display Drivers article, it seems as though Hewlett-Packard is presently offering NVIDIA display drivers with a version of 1.0-8183. This version is in contrast to the presently available 1.0-8178 drivers that have been floating around the Internet since last year.

NVIDIA 1.0-8183 Download

These Linux display drivers can be found from navigating Hewlett-Packard's driver section and searching such a workstation as the xw9300. There are x86 and x86_64 driver pages available. The downloads for x86 and x86_64 drivers are in RPMs. However, following the above-linked article, will go through the extraction process to get an end product of the 1.0-8183 Linux display drivers with the universal installer.

As these x86/x86_64 1.0-8183 Linux display drivers are freely and publicly available from Hewlett-Packard's website, we have mirrored the .run files here at Phoronix. These files can be obtained from the above hp.com links and then extracting the RHEL 3/4 package. Phoronix.com provides absolutely no form of support or warranty on these hosted files and are intended to run at YOUR OWN RISK, and are not officially supported by NVIDIA Corporation. The download links are listed below as well as the MD5 sum of the compressed file.

NVIDIA-Linux-x86-1.0-8183-pkg1.run 3fd345b4517cddb7c7f137e7620e01f3

NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-1.0-8183-pkg2.run c576a5ad17e7c9822db4033ee653fe14


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