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  • Kano
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    New stable driver 256.53 is out:

    http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux-d...53-driver.html
    http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux-d...53-driver.html

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  • Licaon
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    Originally posted by bulletxt View Post
    has someone tried this with kernel 2.6.36.x ?
    2.6.36 is not even released yet BTW
    some issues have emerged in the mean time: http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/show...ghlight=2.6.36

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  • Mutiny32
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    and does not offer coolbits overclocking for geforce gtx 400 series "fermi" hardware.
    fffuuuuuuu

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  • bulletxt
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    has someone tried this with kernel 2.6.36.x ?

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  • Anssi
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    Originally posted by Michael Larabel
    but if there's anyone still using XvMC in NVIDIA's binary driver, you should really update your application and driver to utilize the much superior VDPAU API
    This advice doesn't work. XvMC is only supported on GeForce 7 and older, while VDPAU is only supported on GeForce 8 and newer.

    So one'd need to buy a newer card, a software update is not enough.

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  • gamesfan
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    Nice but unfortunately users with Optimus-based laptops are still left out in the cold.

    Maybe it's time for an article about this issue? (and make sure people don't buy such laptops until NVidia drivers support them)

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