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alexa6moon
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votes: 9
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 Install Nvidia driver


Install Nvidia driver

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install nvidia-current nvidia-settings

Next step remove nouveau

apt remove --purge xserver-xorg-video-nouveau libdrm-nouveau1

You can now play Sauerbraten
I use ASUSTeK Computer INC
M2N-MX SE Plus
Central Processor AMD Sempron(tm) Processor LE-1600 Max Speed: 2200 MHz
Memory
1-512 MB
2-256 MB

I very glad of performance Mint-32-bit with Xfce
In other Linux distribution when I try install Nvidia driver the system begins to run slowly.
 


Tags: video driver Nvidia
Created: 1 year ago.
Last edited: 1 year ago.
Reviewed: 1 year ago.
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Comments
1 year ago

Kosyne
Worked like a charm. I've used this PPA on a few different setups and haven't had any problems. Much faster than the default, at least for me. (Scrolling in firefox, for instance, is now buttery smooth).  
1 year ago

kyrios
The tutorial should mention that it people with a nvidia gpu with the optimus technology must not follow this method but rather look for Bumblebee !  
1 year ago

Trond007
Use the (Recommended) one, and also fuck Nvidia.  
1 year ago

zantaz
i use ubuntu nvdia driver ...  
1 year ago

Hammer459
While it may be of some use to very specific setups, please do NOT EVER install from an unverified PPA.
It is at best a risk. In worst of cases you are opening your system up to all kinds of attacks. Root level access to software from an unverified source is essentially the same as running a Windows box without antivirus
 
1 year ago

remoulder
Use of the xorg-edgers PPA is likely to break your system and not recommended for those who don't know how to fix it. There are also other better tutorials for this subject already..  
1 year ago

sujitnag
interesting, but why should i install it is not clear to me?

 

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