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Nvidia Releases New Linux Driver with Vulkan, Mir and Wayland Support

Nvidia seems to be working hard to make its Linux drivers better every day, the new version along with support for the acclaimed Vulkan API and other cool features for Linux, BSD and Solaris.

Nvidia seems to be working hard to make its Linux drivers better every day, the new version along with support for the acclaimed Vulkan API and other cool features for Linux, BSD and Solaris.

Nvidia lana new driver for Linux Nvidia announced the release of the 364.12 driver for Linux, BSD and Solaris this week, according to the release notes From the version we have some interesting changes that are worth commenting on, although this driver is still in Beta. With it we have the support for Vulkan API 1.0 and for the new GeForce 920MX and GeForce 930MX cards, as well as support for the new graphics servers that are appearing in the distros, Wayland and Mir (Ubuntu). According to the information, support for PRIME has also been improved, which consists of using the video driver to manage computers (usually Notebooks) that have more satisfying hybrid graphics hardware. Soon the driver should enter the repositories of Linux distributions, but if you want to manually download and install Just click here. _____________________________________________________________________________ See any errors or would you like to add any suggestions to this article? Collaborate, click here. Founder of blog and channel Diolinux, passionate about technology and games.

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