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How can I fix a 404 Error using a PPA?

I get an 404 error when I try to download Nvidia updates on Ubuntu 12.10 Beta2. The reason why I get this error is simply because there is no distribution folder for quantal

I tried those repos:

Any suggestions or explanations? Why is there no quantal folder and how can I install the nvida drivers via ppa (please not manual)

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marked as duplicate by fossfreedom Oct 16 '12 at 13:30

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Most logical answer: there is no quantal folder because there is no nvidia driver for quantal (yet). Or there is one and the PPA for it does not exist yet.

And yes... in a beta you can expect the answer to be: manual install and since this package is fairly crucial prepare for a re-install when you mess up.

Also: a suggestion: did you check "software settings"/"software sources". I have seen a proposal to add additional driver to that section of Ubuntu. If that made it in you might need to install it from there. This is done by ubuntu-drivers-common.

Found it ...

From my machine:

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Interesting. Is there a usual date or deadline when they release the Nvidia drivers? Release Candidate or Final Release? – Dominic Bartl Oct 3 '12 at 13:08
see my edit @DominicBartl The driver is there but you need to select it from a difference place. Your system is likely to show nvidia here. The bottom one if for the newest version (updates) – Rinzwind Oct 3 '12 at 18:57

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