|08-17-05, 03:17 PM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2005
Where to find legacy drivers for Linux?
I'm looking for Linux drivers for my tnt2 m64. I went to the NVidia homepage, clicked on 'download drivers', then 'Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris drivers', then Linux IA32 '1.0-7676'. I then clicked on 'supported products list', and followed the link for the 'ForceWare Release 70 drivers' (by clicking on 'here'). This brings me again to the Linux drivers page, where there is no 'ForceWare Release 70' to be found. Am I just stupid? What am I missing here?
|08-17-05, 03:21 PM||#2|
Apple user. Deal with it.
Join Date: Jul 2001
Location: The 'burbs, IL USA
Re: Where to find legacy drivers for Linux?
Go to the driver you want, then there should be links to download whatever package is required.
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