Questions about: nvidia

Yesterday I successfully installed Diablo 3 on my laptop, Asus Zenbook UX32VD. But I think steps that I did can be done on any other computer. My configuration: Linux 3
When attempting to run various pieces of software (notably Steam and Yenka), I have come across an error similar to this: error while loading shared libraries: libGL. so. 1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory I'm running a 64 b
if it has an internet connection, and you are going to cut and paste commands without modifying them to your own situation, then do as "lukeiamyourfather" advised. Simply type it the same exact commands he posted. If not, then you really need to adap
The above fixes didn't work for me, they didnt go far enough. I've tested this with 13. 04 but the author on his blog used it for lower ubuntu versions
Hi. I did a fresh install of 14. 04 and then i installed nvidia-331 drivers (via software&updates option)
"JUST GET IT DONE PEOPLE" sudo apt purge nvidia-*** nvidia-settings sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa sudo apt-add-repository ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa sudo apt update sudo apt dist-upgrade sudo apt install nvidia-384 sudo reboot After insta
For Ubuntu 12. 04 Commands can be executed to terminal. You can open a terminal with Ctrl + Alt+T keys combo
If you're feeling excited, you can delete nouveau from your PC by simply sudo apt-get remove xserver-xorg-video-nouveau I won't recommend you remove the nouveau, but I did though :P Doing the steps above got me up and running again with nvidia driver
I'm not sure why the versions are different but the change seems quite small nvidia-current changelog. The nvidia-current package contains the nvidia driver version that was packaged for 11. 10 before the Feature Freeze