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Can today Linux/X/Mesa/whatever versions use OpenGL with nVidia GeForce 4 Go 420?

I don't know exactly all the libraries responsible for graphics rendering and acceleration in a common Linux PC of today but I wonder if I can install an up-to-date Linux (like XUbuntu 11.10 or Arch) ...
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nvidia-cuda-toolkit 4.0 gone from Debian repositories

I can't find the following packages in Debian testing: http://packages.debian.org/source/sid/nvidia-cuda-toolkit No more than month ago when I was setting another CUDA box and they were there, now ...
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Kernel 3.0.0-1 and NVIDIA driver boot problems

I can't boot kernel 3.0.0-1 on Asus G53S running Debian, it freezes when booting with: NVRM loading NVIDIA Unix x86_64 kernel module 275.28 then it times out with: udevd[350]: timeout: killing ...
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Force X to use second video card so I can pass through first card to XEN VM?

So I am trying to get X to start on my second (PCI 02.00:00) video card and stop using the main card (PCI 1.00:00). I would like to do this because I want to pass through the PCI 1 card to a XEN HVM ...
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how to use nvidia vdpau decoding for mplayer video player in linux?

How can I manage to switch on nvidia vdpau decoding on mplayer video player in Ubuntu 11.04? It doesn't work with default options. I've got the proprietary drivers installed: dpkg -l nvidia-current ...
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Xorg: two different libglx.so's with two different serverlayouts

I have an nvidia card for on monitor and a radeon (onboard) card for a second screen on Ubuntu 11.04. Would it be possible to have one serverlayout use the nvidia libglx.so and the second ...
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Permissions changed on /dev/nvidia* when GPU accessed as root on SUSE

I've got a Linux box running SLES11SP1 with 4 NVIDIA GPUs in it, for running CUDA programs. If the GPU is accessed by a process running as root, it changes the permissions on ...
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How can I automatically restart gnome-shell coming out of suspend mode?

So, due to an issue with gnome-power-manager, gnome-shell, and my nvidia card, I'm left in the awkward position of coming out of suspension/sleep with my graphics broken. This problem resolves itself ...
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Switch display output without rebooting but not in Xorg

My graphic card has two output (VGA and DVI). Is it possible to switch from one to the other without rebooting ? It works in Xorg by restarting the X server (I guess it should be doable with xrandr ...
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Xorg -configure doesn't work with nouveau drivers

I'm having problems setting up X.org on Gentoo. At the moment I have kernel 2.6.37-gentoo-r4 installed and have built X against this kernel. I have nouveau drivers installed and they seem to be ...
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How to setup Nvidia GeForce 9800 card on Ubuntu 10.10

I have problem on graphic card with ACER V193w LCD display. I really don't know how to configure /setup/ Nvidia GeForce 9800 on Ubuntu 10.10. Can you guys please help me!
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Show Display Numbers on each Display

On Windows, there is an option to click on a button in the display properties called like "Identify Displays", it then shows a number over each monitor for a few seconds so that you know which display ...
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Multi-monitor Xorg nVidia on Ubuntu 10.10 without root?

Here at work we just set up a Ubuntu Terminal Server, All of our workstations have multiple monitors, of different sizes, 2-3 screens and varying nVidia video card models, but they all are nvidia. I ...