A git version of xserver_1.13 (2:188.8.131.523+git20120730.afa53fe7-0ubuntu0ricotz) can be downloaded from Xorg-edgers PPA for QQ.
Also the necessrary other drivers (input and video) can be obtained from there.
And of course the correct nvidia-current_304.30 is also there.
These are built against the new xserver ABI: xorg-input-abi-18 and xorg-video-abi-13.
I have a HP HDX16 1140-US and I am running Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit on it. Its video card is a Nvidia 9600M GT. I want to update to the latest driver (http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux-d...18-driver.html). However, I'm not sure of the safest way to do this without running into the problems I've heard about when it comes to update the NVidia graphics driver (ex.
I'm fairly new to Fedora and Linux in general, so apologies if this is a simple fix.
I have a thumb drive running Fedora 19, a PC with an Nvidia GTX 680, and a PC with Intel integrated graphics. I installed the Nvidia drivers, which now works fine on my first PC, but I'm having issues booting on the second.
Before i tried to install bumblebee I was just running on the integrated intel graphics chip (intel HD graphics 3000). During the installation of bumblebee, I first tried with the nouveu driver for the nvidia graphics card, but that resultet in an error when trying to run anything with optirun.