Woohoo new nVidia release!!!!
Originally Posted by linux-gamers.netNVidia has released a new version of its Accelerated Linux Driver Set with accelerated 2D functionality and high performance OpenGL support to Linux x86/x86-64.
The long awaited 64bit version of the driver supports now the 32bit compatibility mode. The use of the 4k-stack kernels is now integrated and it works with the REGPARM option. Really new is the support for the GeForce 6800 series, PCI-Express and the nvidia-settings panel.
Some screenshots of the nvidia-settings panel can be found here.
According to NVIDIA version 1.0-6106 offers the following new features:
* Added support for GeForce 6800 series of GPUs
* Added support for PCI-Express
* Added support for GLSL (OpenGL Shading Language).
* Added support for GL_EXT_pixel_buffer_object.
* Fixed problem that prevented 32-bit kernel driver from running on certain AMD64 CPUs.
* Added support for ACPI
* Added support for 4kstack kernels.
* Added configuration utility "nvidia-settings". For details, see the user guide
* Added a shell script "nvidia-bug-report.sh" that gathers system configuration information into a log file; the resulting log file (nvidia-bug-report.log) should be included when reporting bugs to NVIDIA.
* Added a new Xv adaptor on GeForce4 and GeForce FX which uses the 3D engine to do Xv PutImage requests.
* View the README (Text Version) for more information on this release.