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WARNING: This driver only works with xserver 1.4 that was included in Debian 5.0 (lenny). Newer xserver versions are not supported by NVIDIA. Use a free driver (nouveau or nv) instead or upgrade to nvidia-glx-legacy-96xx (if that still supports your GPU).
This legacy version is the last release that supports the following GPUs: RIVA TNT [NV4], RIVA TNT2 Model 64/Model 64 Pro [NV5M64], RIVA TNT2/TNT2 Pro [NV5], RIVA TNT2 Ultra [NV5], Aladdin TNT2 [NV5], Vanta/Vanta LT [NV6], GeForce 256 [NV10], GeForce 256 DDR [NV10DDR], GeForce2 GTS/Pro [NV15], GeForce2 Ti [NV15DDR], GeForce2 Ultra (Bladerunner) [NV15BR], Quadro [NV10GL], Quadro2 Pro [NV15GL].
There are several "more modern" GPUs supported by this package, too, but the updated drivers in the newer legacy packages or the current nvidia-glx package usually provide more features and better support. Look at the other legacy packages for older cards.
See /usr/share/doc/nvidia-kernel-legacy-71xx-dkms/README.txt.gz for a complete list of supported GPUs and PCI IDs.
This package builds the NVIDIA Xorg binary kernel module needed by nvidia-glx, using DKMS. Provided that you have the kernel header packages installed, the kernel module will be built for your running kernel and automatically rebuilt for any new kernel headers that are installed. If the kernel module is not built automatically, please ensure that the correct kernel headers are installed. SWITC more»
NVIDIA Accelerated Linux Driver Set README & Installation Guide Last Updated: $Date: 2009/07/02 $ Most Recent Driver: 71.86.15 The NVIDIA Accelerated Linux Driver Set brings both accelerated 2D functionality and high performance OpenGL support to Linux x86 with the use of NVIDIA graphics processing units (GPUs). These drivers provide optimized hardware acceleration of OpenGL applications via a more»
HOWTO build and install an NVIDIA Linux graphics driver kernel module using the NVIDIA Linux kernel interface source files. This directory contains the source code and header files for the part of the NVIDIA Linux graphics driver that interfaces with the Linux kernel. Since the Linux kernel does not support a binary driver interface for use by kernel modules, NVIDIA maintains a thin interface la more»
nvidia-graphics-drivers-legacy-71xx (71.86.15-3) unstable; urgency=low * Turn packages into empty more»
* Updated nvidia-installer to detect the nouveau kernel module and fail with an appropriat more»
Format: http://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/copyright-format/1.0/ Upstream-Name: NVIDIA Linu more»