"After many months of hard work, Nvidia finally announced on
June 22nd the final and stable version of the 256.x proprietary
driver for Nvidia graphics cards. Nvidia 256.35 incorporates lots
of fixes and improvements, over previous releases. Unofficial GLX
support was also added for a few OpenGL extensions, as well as
Thermal Settings reporting improvements, Compiz fixes, many VDPAU
improvements, and many more. Without further introduction, let's
take a look at some of the most important changes brought by the
Nvidia 256.35 video driver:
"The precompiled kernel interfaces were removed from the 32-bit
version of the driver (in the .run file) because they had been
unmaintained for many years. Moreover, Nvidia has no plans to add
the precompiled kernel interfaces in the .run files for the Linux
platform, but users will be able to add their own precompiled
kernel interfaces with the help of the "--add-this-kernel"
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