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It was not even two weeks ago that the NVIDIA 180.35 display driver was released for Linux, but yesterday NVIDIA decided to push out yet another update (they have been on a driver updating rampage this year).

The NVIDIA 180.37 display driver as it's called brings a few fixes, improved recovery for certain types of GPU errors, and a few more VDPAU updates. The NVIDIA 180.37 driver change-log and download links for Linux x86 and x86_64 can be found in the Phoronix Forums. NVIDIA has also updated one of its legacy drivers with a few more fixes.

 

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Yes!
 

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AWESO-nevermind.

But I still <3 linux fan boys. So go you, keep fighting, MS will cave in eventually.

Love everybody man.

Like HL2 times, everything will be linux.
 

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does it fix the graphical glitching that was complained about over at phoronix?

i was getting graphics errors on bootup after the bios, and had to format my Mint install to get rid of them - the install wasn't even booting.
 
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