Linux x64 (AMD64/EM64T) Display Driver
Data di rilascio:
Vantaggi principali della release
- Published the source code to a variant of the NVIDIA Linux kernel
modules dual-licensed as MIT/GPLv2. The source is available here:
and will be updated each driver release. Please see the "Open
Linux Kernel Modules" chapter in the README for details.
- Added support for the VK_EXT_external_memory_dma_buf and
VK_EXT_image_drm_format_modifier Vulkan extensions. To use this
functionality, the nvidia-drm kernel module must be loaded with DRM KMS
mode setting enabled. See the DRM KMS section of the README for guidance
on enabling mode setting.
- Changed nvidia-suspend.service, nvidia-resume.service, and
nvidia-hibernate.service to use WantedBy= rather than RequiredBy=
dependencies for systemd-suspend.service and systemd-hibernate.service.
This avoids a problem where suspend or hibernate fails if the NVIDIA
driver is uninstalled without disabling these services first.
If these services were manually enabled, it may be necessary to update
their dependencies by running
sudo systemctl reenable nvidia-suspend.service nvidia-resume.service nvidia-hibernate.service
- Interlaced modes are now disabled when active stereo is enabled.
- NVIDIA X Server Settings will now display the quit confirmation dialog
automatically if only there are pending changes that need to be manually
saved. The corresponding configuration option to control the appearance
of the quit dialog was thus also removed.
- Removed the warning message about mismatches between the compiler
used to build the Linux kernel and the compiler used to build the
NVIDIA kernel modules from nvidia-installer. Modern compilers are less
likely to cause problems when this type of mismatch occurs, and it has
become common in many distributions to build the Linux kernel with a
different compiler than the default system compiler.
- Updated nvidia-installer to skip test-loading the kernel modules
on systems where no supported NVIDIA GPUs are detected.
- Updated nvidia-installer to avoid a race condition which could cause
the kernel module test load to fail due to udev automatically loading
kernel modules left over from an existing NVIDIA driver installation.
This failure resulted in an installation error message "Kernel module
load error: File exists".
- Updated the RTD3 Video Memory Utilization Threshold
(NVreg_DynamicPowerManagementVideoMemoryThreshold) maximum value from
200 MB to 1024 MB.
- Improved performance of GLX and Vulkan applications running in gamescope.
- Added a "kernelopen" feature tag to the supported-gpus.json file,
to indicate which GPUs are compatible with open-gpu-kernel-modules.
- Improved Vulkan swapchain creation failure reporting. Applications can use the
VK_EXT_debug_utils extension to receive additional information when an error was
encountered in vkCreateSwapchainKHR().
- Added a new configuration option for NVIDIA NGX to allow disabling the DSO
signature check. See the "NGX" chapter of the README for more information.
- Fixed an issue where HDMI audio output was not working in some cases,
especially with high display refresh rates (120Hz, 100Hz, etc.) using
Fixed Rate Link (FRL) transmission mode.