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    Default NVIDIA 1.0-9751 Linux Driver

    From

    http://developer.nvidia.com/object/cuda.html

    You can find:

    http://developer.download.nvidia.com...-9751-pkg1.run

    The NVIDIA 1.0-9751 display driver. Curious about this? Well, we've been working on a new article, and it will be up in a few short hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoronix
    Since last month's general availability of Microsoft Windows Vista, NVIDIA has introduced the Forceware 100.XX series. While we have yet to see any major NVIDIA Linux developments in 2007, we have decided to take one final look at this most recent driver series. In this article, we are retesting the 1.0-9626, 1.0-9629, 1.0-9631, and 1.0-9746 Linux display drivers. We have also added the NVIDIA 1.0-9751 display driver to the mix; if you've never seen the driver we will tell you in this article where you can get it. We are also shedding the first light on what will likely become the NVIDIA 2.0-XXXX display driver for Linux, Solaris, and FreeBSD.
    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=8860

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    Default 1.0-9751 and compiz/beryl

    Does the 1.0-9751 driver solve the annoying problem with "black windows in compiz/beryl" for NV2x cards ?

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    Default not a legacy driver

    Quote Originally Posted by ioannis View Post
    Does the 1.0-9751 driver solve the annoying problem with "black windows in compiz/beryl" for NV2x cards ?
    never mind, ignore the above. The 1.0-9751 is not a legacy driver, thus doesn't support the NV2X cards...

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    Default Beryl Black Windows (Out of video memory) bug

    Hi

    Please, did anyone test if the 9751 drivers already solved the "black windows bug" in Beryl (using GL_TEXTURE_FROM_PIXMAP extension), regardless of the video card chip used (I have a Geforce 6800)?

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