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    • File Description: Adaptec 2120S, 2200S, 5400S, 2410SA & 2810SA version 1.1.5 for Suse Linux Enterprise Server v8


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    • File Description: Adaptec 2120S, 2200S, 5400S, 2410SA & 2810SA v 1.1.5 for Suse Linux Enterprise Server


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    • File Description: OSS driver for Linux 2.4 (amd64) (BETA) supports Creative Sound Cards

  • 53.32 Nvidia Unified Driver Set For 64 Bit Linux
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    • File Description: This is an older 64 bit Linux Nvidia driver which will work best with Geforce 4 and older Nvidia cards. For newer cards, it is recommeneded that you use the newest possible drivers. To install this driver: If you have a working X config file for a different driver (such as the "nv" or "vesa" driver), then simply edit the file as follows. Remove the line: Driver "nv" (or Driver "vesa") (or Driver "fbdev") and replace it with the line: Driver "nvidia" Remove the following lines: Load "dri" Load "GLCore" In the "Module" section of the file, add the line (if it does not already exist): Load "glx" There are numerous options that may be added to the X config file to tune the NVIDIA X driver. Please see Appendix D for a complete list of these options.

  • 71.74 Nvidia Unified Driver Set For 64 Bit Linux
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    • File Description: This is the 71.74 unified driver for 64 bit linux. This driver is best for later model Nvidia 3D cards, Geforce FX and onwards, and has limited support for older generation cards. For those Geforce 4 and older cards, you should use the 53.32 driver. To install this driver: If you have a working X config file for a different driver (such as the "nv" or "vesa" driver), then simply edit the file as follows. Remove the line: Driver "nv" (or Driver "vesa") (or Driver "fbdev") and replace it with the line: Driver "nvidia" Remove the following lines: Load "dri" Load "GLCore" In the "Module" section of the file, add the line (if it does not already exist): Load "glx" There are numerous options that may be added to the X config file to tune the NVIDIA X driver.

  • 76.67 Nvidia Unified Driver Set For 64 Bit Linux
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    • File Description: This is the 76.67 unified driver for 64 bit linux. This driver is best for later model Nvidia 3D cards, Geforce FX and onwards, and has limited support for older generation cards. For those Geforce 4 and older cards, you should use the 53.32 driver. To install this driver: If you have a working X config file for a different driver (such as the "nv" or "vesa" driver), then simply edit the file as follows. Remove the line: Driver "nv" (or Driver "vesa") (or Driver "fbdev") and replace it with the line: Driver "nvidia" Remove the following lines: Load "dri" Load "GLCore" In the "Module" section of the file, add the line (if it does not already exist): Load "glx" There are numerous options that may be added to the X config file to tune the NVIDIA X driver.

  • AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core Cpufreq Driver for Linux 2.10.00
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    • File Description: Allows the system to automatically adjust the CPU frequency, voltage and power combination that match the instantaneous user performance need. Supports all AMD Turion™ 64 Mobile Technology, AMD Opteron™ Processors, and Athlon™ 64 Processors released through 2007. Provides support for AMD PowerNow!™ technology and, where appropriate, AMD’s Cool-n-Quiet™ technology for Linux systems. Works with all kernels, version 2.6.10 or later. Requires the on demand kernel module or the cpufreq-1.20, cpuspeed-1.20.1, or powersaved-0.8.19 or later user programs to support SMP and multi-core systems. This driver is already included in the 2.6.18 or later kernels and does not need to be downloaded again.

      Released: September 2007.

  • Nvidia Nforce Chipset Drivers For 64 Bit Linux
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    • File Description: Nvidia Nforce chipset drivers for 64 bit linux version 3.01.
 


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