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Senior Open Source Developer at the Open Source Group of Samsung Research America


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revised Are the newly launched NVIDIA drivers supported in Ubuntu or will they be?
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comment Are the newly launched NVIDIA drivers supported in Ubuntu or will they be?
Both -304 and -310 should be there. If not, a) update, and b) scroll down in Additional Drivers. For Valve Steam games you likely do want -310.
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answered Are the newly launched NVIDIA drivers supported in Ubuntu or will they be?
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comment What kinds of desktop environments and shells are available?
To install in 12.04: sudo apt-get install gnome-session-fallback. Then log out, and select it from the login screen.
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comment How do I get the kernel source code?
Found it at wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelTeam/GitKernelBuild
Jul
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comment How do I get the kernel source code?
That git repository is kept to 3.2.0 specifically; it follows what's in Ubuntu Precise (12.04). If you want a different version change ubuntu-precise.git to ubuntu-quantal.git or whatever. It should be fine to just copy into usr/src.
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answered How do I get the kernel source code?
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answered How do I make noatime mounts default?
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answered Will I loose my data from windows if I import my account to Ubuntu 12.04