Nvidia Linux Display Driver 319.49

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Nvidia has release a new stable *nix display drivers with version number 319.49. The drivers are available for Linux (32-bit), Linux (AMD64/EM64T), Solaris (x64/x86), FreeBSD (x86) and FreeBSD (x64). Installation instructions can be found on the individual pages The new driver include support for the GeForce GTX 780 and 4K resolutions. The changelog also shows various bugfixes:

Release Highlights

  • Added support for the following GPUs:
    • GeForce GT 740A
    • GeForce GT 745A
    • GeForce GT 755M
    • GeForce GT 625
    • GeForce GTX 645
    • GRID K340
    • GRID K350
    • NVS 315
    • Quadro K500M
  • Fixed a bug that caused DisplayPort monitors connected to Quadro FX 3800, 4800, or 5800 to remain off after DPMS.
  • Added the NVIDIA OpenGL-based Inband Frame Readback (NvIFROpenGL) libraryto the Linux driver package. This library provides a high performance, low latency interface to capture and optionally encode an individual OpenGL framebuffer. NvIFROpenGL captures pixels rendered by OpenGL only and is ideally suited to application capture and remoting.
  • Fixed a bug that caused applications using CUDA-GL interop to crash when run on X servers with Xinerama enabled.
  • Fixed a bug that could prevent some double-bit ECC errors from being properly reported.
  • Fixed a bug which could cause a blank screen when changing house syncs ettings on Quadro Kepler GPUs with Quadro Sync boards.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented nested loops with identical loop conditions in GLSL shaders from terminating correctly. This could cause hangs in applications such as Exa PowerVIZ.
  • Fixed a bug that resulted in corrupt texels when a previously empty texture image was specified with glXBindTexImageEXT. In GNOME 3, this caused gnome-screenshot to produce garbled window screenshots.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the X server to crash when querying the current mode of disabled displays.

Downloads

*Linux Display Driver – x86
*Linux x64 (AMD64/EM64T) Display Driver
*Solaris Display Driver – x64/x86
*FreeBSD Display Driver – x86
*FreeBSD Display Driver – x64

  

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