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script to build private nVidia 319.23
« on: June 06, 2013, 07:25:36 AM »
Hi (EDIT number x)

I have only just got the build working, I assume its ok to post a link to a script here?

I lack the skills to wget and accept the closed src agreement so I need the user to confirm that their card can use above driver and then download it to a spare folder/partition

exit to prompt, sudo su and navigate to actual folder as script uses the HERE=`pwd` trick

TRY AT OWN RISK when you see it.

a teaser for you.....but I run 7.6 Xorg

Naturally this is in preparation for the new kernel to hit the TC drag strip

good luck

One file appears to lack any configs for profiles but I will leave it in under /usr/local/share/nvidia and a how to use is here:

testing is complete for Xorg-7.6
« Last Edit: June 07, 2013, 06:43:35 AM by aus9 »


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Re: script to build private nVidia 319.23
« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2013, 06:47:26 AM »
ok forgot to mention, unless you know how to use commands its safer to then issue

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your new xorg file has been saved to your special folder so you can "persist" after reboot.

My script does not care if you have come from vesa (and no xorg) or nvidia or vesa with xorg.

That is because I have your new TCZs in the special folder and your -/optional folder
---but they have new names so no conflict between old and new nvidias

for persistence list just add nv.tcz (as dependencies are taken care of)

and if you have existing nvida-glx xorg.conf, keep it ---Otherwise
copy in your new xorg from special folder and save file to backup filetool.lst

code is...TRY AT OWN RISK

I will revisit this if I get replies, otherwise I revisit when new kernel headers arrive.
« Last Edit: June 07, 2013, 06:52:10 AM by aus9 »