Operating System: FreeBSD x86
Release Date: : August 19, 2008
- Added support for the following new GPUs:
- GeForce GTX 260
- GeForce GTX 280
- Improved support for RENDER masks, as well as RENDER repeating modes and transformations, for video memory pixmaps.
- Added accelerated support for RENDER convolution filters for video memory pixmaps on GeForce 8, 9 and GTX GPUs.
- Added an 'AllowSHMPixmaps' X configuration option, which can be used to prevent applications from using shared memory pixmaps; the latter may cause some optimizations in the NVIDIA X driver to be disabled.
- Added support for DisplayPort display devices (including 30-bit devices).
- Resolved various stability problems on GeForce 8, 9 and GTX GPUs, as well as some GeForce 6 and 7 PCI-E GPUs.
- Fixed a bug that resulted in GPU errors when changing the TwinView display configuration while using Compiz.
- Further improved the error recovery paths taken in case of GPU command stream corruption.
- Removed an old workaround that caused incorrect fake Xinerama information to be reported after enabling a second TwinView display.
- Fixed the subpicture component order reported by the NVIDIA X driver's XvMC implementation.
- Fixed a bug that caused the kernel module to fail building against some FreeBSD kernels.
- Fixed a bug that caused the kernel module to fail building with FreeBSD AGPGART support enabled.
To download and install the drivers, follow the steps below:
STEP 1: Review the NVIDIA Software License.
You will need to accept this license prior to downloading any files.
STEP 2: Review Documentation
README - FreeBSD installation and configuration information.
STEP 3: Download the driver
STEP 4: Check dependencies
The dependencies are listed in the README.
STEP 5: Install
See the README for detailed installation instructions. If you have any questions or problems, please check the NVIDIA FreeBSD Discussion forum. If you don't find an answer to your question there, you can send email (in English) to email@example.com. When emailing firstname.lastname@example.org please attach an nvidia-bug-report.log, which is generated by running "nvidia-bug-report.sh".