Nvidia OpenGL Display Driver for Solaris
Nvidia OpenGL Display Driver for Solaris is a native, proprietary, yet completely free graphics driver developed by Nvidia to support both the OpenGL and GLSL technologies on Solaris operating systems. This version is compatible with both 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x86_64) versions of Solaris, despite the fact that there’s only one file available for download.
What Nvidia GPUs will the OpenGL 4 and OpenGL 3 support?
While the OpenGL 4 technology supports several Nvidia graphics cards from the GeForce 700, 600, 500 and 400 series, it also supports many Nvidia hardware from the powerful Quadro series, including K6000, K5000, K4000, K2000, K2000D and K600.
The OpenGL 3 technology is supported on Desktop computers running Nvidia GPUs from the GeForce 9 and 8 series, the ION and ION LE series, as well as the GeForce 300, 200 and 100 series.
In addition, OpenGL 3 is supported on Workstations running Nvidia GPUs from the Quadro NVS series, Quadro FX series, Quadro Plex series, NVS series, Quadro G-Sync series, and Quadro Blade/Embedded Graphics Board series. The M-Class and C-Class processors, as well as S-Class systems are also supported.
Installing Nvidia OpenGL Display Driver for FreeBSD
To install the Nvidia OpenGL Display Driver on your Solaris operating system, you will have to first download the self-extracting installer from the Downloads section above and save it on your Home directory. Then, enter the console mode and execute the “sh ./NVIDIA-Solaris-x86-xxx.xx.xx.run” command as root, where xxx.xx.xx is the version number or the driver.
What about Linux and FreeBSD?
The GNU/Linux and FreeBSD operating systems are also supported by the Nvidia OpenGL Display Driver product. We invite you to search and download them from the Linux section of Softpedia, just by searching the website for the Nvidia OpenGL Display Driver or Nvidia OpenGL Display Driver for FreeBSD.