The latest nvidia up in testing (310-19) has dropped support for cards 7xxx and below. To keep supplying a non-free driver for those cards, the last used nvidia that supported those is now packaged as nvidia-304xx.Anyone on those kind of older cards, please test this version (you'll see a pretty clear warning in the nvidia update):sudo pacman -Syu
sudo pacman -S nvidia-304xxThis should
abveritas wrote:Did you rebuild it after the libpng/libtiff update?Yes, but it did not work!AlmAck wrote:Do you have installed the right video card library?'lib32-ati-dri: 3D support for the open source ATI driver''lib32-catalyst-utils: 3D support for ATI/AMD cards''lib32-intel-dri: 3D support for Intel cards''lib32-nouveau-dri: 3D support for the open source Nou
I am working on a project for my class and i need to get 6 monitors working. I am currently using Ubuntu version 8.04 and I have 3 Nvidia cards; 2 N8400 and 1 NVS 290. I have confirmed that all three video cards work and the computer recognizes all three of them when they are in. When I use Nvidia-settings it only allows me to use 4 screens.
manutortosa wrote:Probably you need the nvidia legacy drivers.Try installing nvidia-304xx nvidia-304xx-utils and lib32-nvidia-304xx-utils, is the old version of the driver and needed for many cards now.Done. But freeze still goes on. Nothing changed with these drivers.
Removing [solved], the whole reason for a skype bundle is to NOT have to install lib32 packages. New skype bundle will need a rebuild to make sure this missing lib32 package is included, (or found if already included).Bug report is up for this, and confirmed.
I am looking into a Windows Server 2008 SP1 with RemoteFX enabled, however I do not want to buy one of the NVIDIA Quadro $1000+ video cards to do it (as only a small number of users will be using virtual machines).