Linux 32-bit ARM Display Driver



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Linux 32-bit ARM


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  • Fixed a bug that caused the X server to fail to initialize when DisplayPort 1.2 monitors were assigned to separate X screens on the same GPU.
  • Fixed a bug that could cause a deadlock when forking from OpenGL programs which use some malloc implementations, such as TCMalloc.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented Warp & Blend settings from being retained across display configuration changes.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented some settings changes made via the nvidia-settings command line interface from being reflected in the nvidia-settings graphical user interface.
  • Changed the clipping behavior of the NVIDIA X driver on Trapezoids and Triangles for some RENDER operations to match the behavior in newer versions of Pixman:
  • Fixed a bug in MetaMode tracking that could cause spurious error messages to be printed when attempting to add or delete Metamodes via NV-CONTROL.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the NVIDIA X driver to attempt to load the X11 "shadow" module unconditionally, even in situations where the driver had no need to use the module. This could result in the printing of spurious error messages, on X servers where the module was not present.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented display configuration changes made with xvidtune(1) from working correctly.
  • Fixed a bug that occasionally caused display corruption in GLX applications while changing the display configuration.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented glReadPixels from working correctly when reading from Pixel Buffer Objects over indirect rendering, when the image width is not a multiple of 4.
  • Added a new NV-CONTROL attribute, NV_CTRL_BACKLIGHT_BRIGHTNESS, for controlling backlight brightness.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented nvidia-settings from creating display device configuration pages for newly connected DisplayPort 1.2 Multi Stream Transport downstream devices.
  • Added GPU utilization reporting to the nvidia-settings control panel.
  • Fixed a bug in the nvidia-settings control panel that prevented users from configuring stereo, when stereo was not already configured.
  • Added support for reporting the tachometer-measured fan speed on capable graphics boards via nvidia-settings and the NV-CONTROL API. The preexisting mechanism for reporting fan speed reports the speed of the fan as programmed by the driver. For example, `nvidia-settings --query=[fan:0]/GPUCurrentFanSpeedRPM`.
  • Fixed a regression that caused GPUs that do not support graphics to not appear in nvidia-settings.
  • Fixed a bug that caused DisplayPort 1.2 multi-stream devices to stop working if they were unplugged and plugged back in while they were active in the current MetaMode.
  • Added support for multiple NVIDIA kernel modules. This feature allows users to assign different GPUs in the system to different NVIDIA kernel modules, potentially reducing the software overhead of coordinating access to multiple GPUs.
  • Added support for the EGL API on 32-bit platforms. Currently, the supported client APIs are OpenGL ES 1.1, 2.0 and 3.0, and the only supported window system backend is X11.
  • Add a new option, AllowEmptyInitialConfiguration, which allows the X server to start even if no connected display devices are detected at startup. This option can be enabled by running "sudo nvidia-xconfig --allow-empty-initial-configuration"
  • This option is useful in RandR 1.4 display offload configurations where no display devices are connected to the NVIDIA GPU when the X server is started, but might be connected later.
  • Updated nvidia-installer to provide a scrollable text area for displaying messages from the /usr/lib/nvidia/alternate-install-present and /usr/lib/nvidia/alternate-install-available distro hook files. This allows for longer messages to be provided in these files.
  • Updated nvidia-installer to avoid recursing into the per-kernel "build" and "source" directories when searching for conflicting kernel modules in /lib/modules.
  • Added a system memory cache to improve the performance of certain X rendering operations that use software rendering fallbacks. The X configuration option "SoftwareRenderCacheSize" may be used to configure the size of the cache.
  • Removed the "DynamicTwinView" X configuration option: dynamic reconfiguration of displays is always possible, and can no longer be disabled.
  • Fixed a bug that caused nvidia-settings to display incorrect information in its display configuration page when all displays on an X screen were turned off.
  • Updated nvidia-installer to only install the libraries libvdpau and libvdpau_trace if an existing installation of libvdpau is not detected on the system. This behavior can be overridden with the --install-vdpau-wrapper and --no-install-vdpau-wrapper options.
  • Future NVIDIA Linux installer packages will no longer include copies of libvdpau or libvdpau_trace: VDPAU users are recommended to install these libraries via other means, e.g. from packages provided by their distributors, or by building them from the sources available at:
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Ten presente que muchas distribuciones de Linux proporcionan sus propios controladores para tarjetas gráficas NVIDIA en el paquete de la distribución. Es posible que ésta interaccione mejor con dichos controladores, por lo que quizá te interese utilizarlos en lugar del paquete oficial de NVIDIA.

Recordamos también que los usuarios de SuSE deberían leer el documento SuSE NVIDIA Installer HOWTO antes de descargar el controlador.

Instrucciones de instalación: cuando hayas descargado el controlador, cambia al directorio que contenga el paquete de controladores e instala el controlador ejecutando sh ./ como usuario root.

Uno de los últimos pasos de la instalación te ofrecerá la posibilidad de actualizar el archivo de configuración de X. Puedes aprovechar esa oportunidad para editar dicho archivo manualmente a fin de utilizar el controlador X de NVIDIA o ejecutar nvidia-xconfig.

Recuerda que la lista de GPUs soportadas se suministra para indicar qué GPUs son compatibles con una determinada versión del controlador. Algunos diseños de sistemas que incorporan GPUs soportadas pueden no ser compatibles con el controlador de NVIDIA para Linux. En concreto, los portátiles y PCs integrados dotados de gráficos conmutables (híbridos) o de tecnología Optimus no funcionarán adecuadamente si no disponen de algún medio para desactivar los gráficos integrados. Los diseños de hardware varían según las marcas, por lo que te recomendamos consultar con el fabricante del equipo para saber si un determinado sistema es compatible.

Este paquete incluye componentes del controlador de pantalla creados con el juego de instrucciones Thumb-2. El módulo kernel y el controlador de CUDA se han creado con el juego de instrucciones ARMv7. Todos los componentes del controlador de pantalla admiten llamadas cruzadas entre los juegos de instrucciones Thumb y los demás juegos de instrucciones, y utilizan HardFP.

Este controlador se ha probado en las plataformas CARMA y Kayla.

Consulta el archivo README para obtener instrucciones más detalladas.