NVIDIA has published a new graphics driver for Linux that adds the support of GTX 680M as well as Quadro K1000M and K2000M. R304.22 comes with a bunch a new features (like the DKMS —Dynamic Kernel Module Support— support in nvidia-installer: installing the kernel module through DKMS allows the module to be rebuilt automatically when changing to a different Linux kernel) and several bugfixes. The complete changelog is available on the download page.
- Linux R304.22 64-bit
- Linux R304.22 32-bit
- Solaris R304.22 32/64-bit
- FreeBSD R304.22 32-bit
- FreeBSD R304.22 64-bit
R304.22 is an OpenGL 4.2 driver and exposes one new GLX server extension compared to R302.11:
I tested this driver under Linux Mint 13 with a GeForce GTX 680 (I followed this article to install the graphics driver: How to quickly Install NVIDIA R302.11 Drivers Under Linux Mint 13).
Source: Geeks3D forum