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NVIDIA drivers 304.30 for Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris

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StefanG3D

FreeBSD-x86

FreeBSD-x86_64

Linux-x86

Linux-x86_64-no-compat32

Linux-x86_64

Solaris-x86

======== Release 304 Entries ========

* Added support for RandR per-CRTC gamma manipulation through the

RandR 1.2 RRGetCrtcGammaSize, RRGetCrtcGamma, and RRSetCrtcGamma

requests.

* Fixed a bug that caused RRSetOutputPrimary requests to incorrectly

generate BadValue errors when setting the primary output to None. This

caused gnome-settings-daemon to crash after changing the screen

configuration in response to a display hotplug or the display change

hot-key being pressed.

* Fixed a problem where RENDER Glyphs operations would exhibit severe

performance issues in certain cases, such as when used with gradients

by Cairo and Chromium.

* Fixed a bug that caused X to hang when resuming certain DisplayPort

display devices (such as Apple brand mini-DisplayPort to dual-link DVI

adapters) from power-saving mode.

* Added support for the following GPU:

* Tesla K10

* Fixed a bug that caused an X screen to be extended to Quadro SDI Output

devices by default. An X screen will still use an SDI Output device if

it is the only display device available. To use a SDI Output device on

an X screen with other display devices available, include the SDI Output

device with either the "UseDisplayDevice" or "MetaMode" X configuration

options.

* Updated X11 modeline validation such that modes not defined in a

display device's EDID are discarded if the EDID 1.3 "GTF Supported"

flag is unset or if the EDID 1.4 "Continuous Frequency" flag is

unset. The new "AllowNonEdidModes" token for the ModeValidation

X configuration option can be used to disable this new check.

* Fixed a bug, introduced in the 295.xx release series, with EDID

detection on some laptop internal panels. This bug caused the

laptop internal panel to show six small copies of the desktop.

* Added support for FXAA, Fast Approximate Anti-Aliasing.

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