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Downloader and installer for the nVidia driver package (319.23)

Installing these packages can take a long time. These packages will automatically download the NVIDIA driver (+-70MB) from
http://download.nvidia.com/XFree86/Linux-x86_64 or http://download.nvidia.com/XFree86/Linux-x86 and save it in /usr/src.
The driver and libraries will be installed after the download.

The installer will install the nVidia files the Bumblebee way. The libraries will NOT interfere with any other libraries of a distribution and will be installed in a seperate nvidia directory. Usage will be controlled by editing the ld.so.conf(.d) and/or using the "ModulePath" var in xorg.conf.

You can also download the NVIDIA package yourself and copy it to the /usr/src directory. The installer will then skip the download part and just install the driver and libraries the Bumblebee way.

These rpms can be used by normal and Optimus enabled nVidia systems.

New in this release:

- Update to 319.23

  * Added support for the following GPUs:
        GeForce GTX 780
  * Fixed a regression that could cause X to crash when querying GPU information
  	through NV-CONTROL on multi-GPU systems where some GPUs failed to be
    initialized for X.
  * Fixed a bug that could cause X to crash when using Vertex Buffer Objects (VBOs)
  	with indirect rendering.
  * Fixed a bug that prevented some drop-down menus in nvidia-settings from
  	working correctly when using older versions of GTK+.
  * Fixed RandR panning reporting when the current MetaMode is smaller than
  	the X screen.
  * Fixed a regression that caused nvidia-installer to attempt post-processing of
  	non-installed files.
  * Added the "ForceCompositionPipeline" and "ForceFullCompositionPipeline" MetaMode
  	options. See the README for details.
  * Added support for HDMI 4K resolutions. Using a 4K resolution with an HDMI display
  	requires a Kepler or later GPU.
  * Added support in VDPAU for 4k resolution MPEG-1/2 and H.264 video decoding,
  	up to 4032x4048 for MPEG-1/2 and 4032x4080 for H.264, and up to 65536 macroblocks for both.

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