NVIDIA 460.67 Linux Driver Brings A Few Fixes, 5.11 Kernel Compatibility
Written by Michael Larabel in NVIDIA on 18 March 2021 at 01:45 PM EDT. 32 Comments
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While we are very eager to see the NVIDIA 470 series Linux driver for at least having Wayland / DMA-BUF support improvements and OpenCL 3.0 support, for now the NVIDIA 460 series is the latest public stable series and today was updated to v460.67.

The NVIDIA 460.67 Linux driver release provides just a handful of fixes. The NVIDIA 460.67 Linux driver fixes an issue around Vulkan ray-tracing with multi-GPU systems yielding instability, G-SYNC breaking for Kepler-based GPUs after a mode switch, Linux 5.11 driver installation issues, and a Vulkan swapchain issue. Most notable for NVIDIA users will be the fixes around the Linux 5.11 kernel compatibility.

Downloads and the full list of fixes for this updated NVIDIA 460 Linux driver via NVIDIA.com.
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