NVIDIA Linux Display Drivers

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Current Maintainer(s):Ricardo Bastos
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http://www.nvidia.com

Summary: NVIDIA accelerated graphics driver

Use Flags

driver
Install the kernel driver module
X
Install the X.org driver, OpenGL libraries, XvMC libraries, and VDPAU libraries
gtk2
Install nvidia-settings with support for GTK+ 2
gtk3
Install nvidia-settings with support for GTK+ 3
kms
Enable support for kernel mode setting (KMS)
pax_kernel
PaX patches from the PaX project
tools
Install additional tools such as nvidia-settings
uvm
Install the Unified Memory kernel module (nvidia-uvm) for sharing memory between CPU and GPU in CUDA programs

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NVIDIA Linux Display Drivers

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Introduction

NVidia have proprietary graphics drivers for Linux under binary blob. The alternative open source driver is nouveau.