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.
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).
There has been some discussion on XDA about 64GB microSD cards on the Galaxy Tab 7.0+. The threads I've seen are older (April 2012) and state that the cards work. That's encouraging. The cards to which they refer are the Class 6 cards which were out early this year.
However, it's now September, and Class 10 cards are out, and they DO NOT work.
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.
Andy Ritger, NVIDIA manager responsible for the Linux graphics cards, as announced on the X.org mailing list that the graphics chip company will no longer develop the open source 2D video drivers for its chips. He recommends using the VESA X driver instead.
You so strange, guys. I cannot realize, how can you use this system at all. I tried to install it over different hardware, and my conclusion is that Fedora, including most recent version, DOES NOT SUPPORT ANY MODERN VIDEO DEVICES. Particulary, NVIDIA cards at least from 7XXX gt numbers.