NVIDIA R331.17 Beta Graphics Drivers for Linux (OpenGL 4.4)



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NVIDIA put online a new set of graphics drivers in beta version for Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris. R331.17 brings the following changes:

Added support for the following GPUs:
– Quadro K510M
– Quadro K610M
– Quadro K1100M
– Quadro K2100M
– Quadro K3100M
– Quadro K4100M
– Quadro K5100M
– GeForce 705A
– GeForce GT 730A

– Fixed a bug that prevented configuration files containing application profiles from being loaded when directories were present in the application profile configuration search path.

– Deferred initialization of libselinux in the NVIDIA OpenGL driver, in order to avoid a problem where libselinux might not be ready when the NVIDIA libGL shared library is first loaded.

– Fixed a bug that could lead to memory exhaustion in OpenGL applications running on 32-bit systems.

– Added nvidia-uvm.ko, the NVIDIA Unified Memory kernel module, to the NVIDIA Linux driver package. This kernel module provides support for the new Unified Memory feature in an upcoming CUDA release.



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R331.17 is an OpenGL 4.4 driver and exposes the same number of extensions than R331.13: 292 OpenGL + 28 GLX.



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