NVIDIA 358.13 Linux Graphics Driver Released

Nvidia team has announced the release of NVIDIA 358.13 Linux Graphics driver for Linux-based operating systems and its available for download. This release comes with a number of bugfix to previous version Nvidia 358.09.


NVIDIA 358.13 changelog:

  • Fixed a bug that could cause nvidia-installer to crash when installing from a driver package that has had precompiled
  • kernel interfaces added to it (e.g., by using the “–add-this-kernel” option).
  • Fixed a regression from 358.09 that caused G-SYNC monitors configured to use 3D Vision stereo to go blank and report an unsupported signal.
  • Fixed a regression from 358.09 that caused OpenGL applications that failed to negotiate permission to perform glXSwapBuffers via flipping to stop updating the screen. This was triggered on
  • Fedora 22 where the SELinux system policy prevents gnome-shell from communicating with the X server.
  • Now, OpenGL applications that fail to negotiate flipping will fall back to glXSwapBuffers via blitting.
  • Install NVIDIA 358.09 on Ubuntu OS (Note: NVIDIA 358.13 is currently not in PPA)

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install nvidia-352 nvidia-settings
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