Nvidia Linux ARM Display Driver 32-bit 340.46
Installing Nvidia Linux ARM Display Driver
In order to install the Nvidia Linux ARM Display Driver, download the binary package from the Downloads section, and execute the sh ./ NVIDIA-Linux-armv7l-gnueabihf-xxx.xx.run command as root in a Linux Terminal (where xxx.xx is the version number) to install the driver.
During the installation, users will be asked if they want to edit the X configuration file manually or let the installer do all the work. Alternatively, after installation, you can run the nvidia-xconfig command via a Linux Terminal to set the new driver as default.
Is my ARM hardware supported?
Yes, most probably! You will be able to install the Nvidia Linux ARM Display Driver on any ARM hardware, but keep in mind that this drive only supports 32-bit instruction set architectures. Therefore, if you’re running it on a 64-bit ARM computer, it won’t work. We will updated this information as soon as Nvidia will release an updated ARM video driver that supports 64-bit architectures.
What about old Nvidia graphics cards!
What about them? This is a recent driver that has been designed to support only relatively new graphics card produced by Nvidia in the last couple of years. This means that no legacy video card is supported by this driver. If you encounter issues with your GPU, try to install the Short Lived branch first, and then the Long Lived branch, after uninstalling the former.
Reviewed by Marius Nestor on September 12th, 2014
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- Fixed an OpenGL issue that could cause glReadPixels() operations to be improperly clipped when resizing composited application windows, potentially leading to momentary X freezes.
- Fixed a bug that could prevent the GLSL compiler from correctly evaluating some expressions when compiling shaders.
- Fixed a bug that could cause nvidia-installer to crash while attempting to run nvidia-xconfig on systems where that utility is missing.
- Added option UseSysmemPixmapAccel to control the use of GPU acceleration for X drawing operations on pixmaps allocated in system memory.
Application descriptionNvidia Linux ARM Display Driver is a proprietary OpenGL video driver that tries to support for graphics cards produced...