Nvidia 390.67 Graphics Driver Released for Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris Gamers

The Nvidia GeForce 390.67 proprietary graphics driver is currently the most advanced long-lived branch, recommended to all users with a Nvidia graphics card. According to the changelog, the biggest new feature of the Nvidia GeForce 390.67 graphics??driver??is support for the X.Org Server 1.20 display server (ABI 24), though it also improves the script that checks for kern.log for Debian-based distributions. The Nvidia GeForce 390.67 proprietary graphics driver also addresses some intermittent crashes that occurred when launching Vulkan applications and Wine-based apps. Furthermore, it fixes a bug with Quadro SDI Capture hardware that might have caused kernel panics, and a KWin compositing crash when launching some OpenGL apps.

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