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Initially, I didn’t understand that Linux is using the default driver as all colours were looking good however the UI looks very slow and sluggish.
Any advice much appreciated.
Sign up using Email and Password. GPU-Z will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about your video card: The instructions you linked are for manually installing the driver, using a script from nvidia, instead of using the version in the repositories.
Linux x64 (AMD64/EM64T) Display Driver
OpenGL capabilities report: GeForce GS
I used sudo apt-get install nvidia-latest. The only reason people might have to go this route is to install a newer version than the one found in the official repos linus even for that cases using a PPA is preferable.
Temperature of my GS graphics card Ask Question. Needless to say, newer driver versions should be tested only when: Email Required, but never shown.
OpenGL capabilities report
I am a newbie in Linux and installed Ubuntu llnux my really old laptop Dell Vostro So im sure it will work fine for you. I’m not much of a gamer but I recently installed FlightGear, and while it works ok it’s not very snappy. I realise that the best gains to be had would be by upgrading the hardware, but when I do that I will probably replace all of what I have listed above and upgrade to a 64 bit OS as well, and I am keen to get the best out of what I have for the meantime.
Moving window or any new popup comes up so late.
Linux Display Driver – x86
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. I used the command below sudo add-apt-repository ppa: GPU-Z will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about your video card:.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Results 1 to 4 of 4. Installing it seems to involve exiting Xserver, and I’m not sure if I am risking not being able to access the GUI if I install this and it doesn’t work, or linix it would be easy enough to revert to the driver I’m currently using. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.