New NVIDIA 361 Linux Driver Released
Written by Michael Larabel in NVIDIA on 24 May 2016 at 02:36 PM EDT. 1 Comment
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While the NVIDIA 367 Linux driver series is where the very latest proprietary driver features from the green team can be found, if you have been sticking to the NVIDIA 361 driver series since it's the current long-lived branch, a new release is now available.

The NVIDIA 361.45.11 driver was released today as the latest version of this current long-lived series. Today's driver update adds Quadro M5500 support to the 361 series, fixes a few bugs, bumps the NVIDIA Unified Virtual Memory kernel module requirement to Linux 2.6.32, and updates its bundled GLVND library snapshot.

More details on the NVIDIA 361.45.11 Linux driver release can be found at NVIDIA.com.

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