nvidia-graphics-drivers-390 390.48-0ubuntu3 source package in Ubuntu

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nvidia-graphics-drivers-390 (390.48-0ubuntu3) bionic; urgency=medium

  * debian/rules, debian/templates/control.in,
    debian/templates/nvidia-dkms-flavour.install.in,
    debian/templates/nvidia-dkms-flavour.postinst.in,
    debian/templates/nvidia-dkms-flavour.postrm.in,
    debian/templates/nvidia-dkms-flavour.prerm.in,
    debian/templates/nvidia-dkms-flavour.install.in,
    debian/templates/nvidia-kernel-common-flavour.install.in,
    debian/templates/nvidia-kernel-common-flavour.nvidia-fallback.service.in,
    debian/templates/nvidia-kernel-common-flavour.postinst.in,
    debian/templates/nvidia-kernel-common-flavour.postrm.in:
    - Fix kernel detection. We were passing an entire list of kernels
      but we really needed only the current kernel.
    - Split the scripts, udev rules, and blacklist file into the
      nvidia-kernel-common package. The nvidia-dkms package only
      includes DKMS related files now.
    - Rename nvidia-compute and nvidia-compute-no-dkms to
      nvidia-headless and nvidia-headless-no-dkms.
    - Drop the i386 dependencies from the main libraries on amd64, and
      add them to the main metapackage instead.
    - Recommend nvidia-prime (>=0.8).

 -- Alberto Milone <email address hidden>  Wed, 18 Apr 2018 19:01:46 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Alberto Milone on 2018-04-19
Uploaded to:
Bionic
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
i386 amd64 armhf all
Section:
libs
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

libcuda1-384: Transitional package for nvidia-headless-390

 This is a transitional package for nvidia-headless-390, and can be
 safely removed after the installation is complete.

libnvidia-cfg1-390: NVIDIA binary OpenGL/GLX configuration library

 The NVIDIA binary driver provides optimized hardware acceleration of
 OpenGL/GLX/EGL/GLES applications via a direct-rendering X Server
 for graphics cards using NVIDIA chip sets.
 .
 This package contains the libnvidia-cfg.so.1 runtime library.

libnvidia-common-390: Shared files used by the NVIDIA libraries

 This package provides a set of files that are required by the NVIDIA
 libraries.

libnvidia-compute-390: NVIDIA libcompute package

 This package provides a set of libraries which enable the NVIDIA driver
 to use GPUs for parallel general purpose computation through CUDA and
 OpenCL.

libnvidia-decode-390: NVIDIA Video Decoding runtime libraries

 This package includes the NVIDIA CUDA Video Decoder (NVCUVID) library which
 provides an interface to hardware video decoding capabilities on NVIDIA GPUs with CUDA.
 .
 The package also provides a VDPAU (Video Decode and Presentation API for Unix-like
 systems) library for the NVIDIA vendor implementation.

libnvidia-encode-390: NVENC Video Encoding runtime library

 The NVENC Video Encoding library provides an interface to video encoder
 hardware on supported NVIDIA GPUs.
 .
 This package contains the nvidia-encode runtime library.

libnvidia-fbc1-390: NVIDIA OpenGL-based Framebuffer Capture runtime library

 The NVIDIA OpenGL-based Framebuffer Capture (NvFBCOpenGL) library provides
 a high performance, low latency interface to capture and optionally encode an
 OpenGL framebuffer. NvFBCOpenGL is a private API that is only available to
 approved partners for use in remote graphics scenarios.
 .
 This package contains the NvFBCOpenGL runtime library.

libnvidia-gl-390: NVIDIA OpenGL/GLX/EGL/GLES GLVND libraries and Vulkan ICD

 This package provides the NVIDIA OpenGL/GLX/EGL/GLES libraries and the
 Vulkan ICD.

libnvidia-ifr1-390: NVIDIA OpenGL-based Inband Frame Readback runtime library

 The NVIDIA OpenGL-based Inband Frame Readback (NvIFROpenGL) library provides
 a high performance, low latency interface to capture and optionally encode an
 OpenGL framebuffer. NvIFROpenGL is a private API that is only available to
 approved partners for use in remote graphics scenarios.
 .
 This package contains the NvIFROpenGL runtime library.

nvidia-384: Transitional package for nvidia-driver-390

 This is a transitional package for nvidia-driver-390, and can be
 safely removed after the installation is complete.

nvidia-384-dev: Transitional package for nvidia-driver-390

 This is a transitional package for nvidia-driver-390, and can be
 safely removed after the installation is complete.

nvidia-compute-utils-390: NVIDIA compute utilities

 This package provides utility binaries for paraller general purpose
 computing use cases with the NVIDIA driver.
 .
 CUDA MPS is a feature that allows multiple CUDA processes to share a single
 GPU context. CUDA MPS should be transparent to CUDA programs.
 .
 CUDA MPS requires a device that supports Unified Virtual Address (UVA) and
 has compute capability SM 3.5 or higher.
 Pre-CUDA 4.0 APIs are not supported under CUDA MPS.

nvidia-dkms-390: NVIDIA DKMS package

 This package builds the NVIDIA kernel module needed by the userspace
 driver, using DKMS.
 Provided that you have the kernel header packages installed, the kernel
 module will be built for your running kernel, and automatically rebuilt for
 any new kernel headers that are installed.

nvidia-driver-390: NVIDIA driver metapackage

 This metapackage depends on the NVIDIA binary driver and on all of its libraries,
 to provide hardware acceleration for OpenGL/GLX/EGL/GLES/Vulkan
 applications on either X11 or on Wayland.
 .
 See /usr/share/doc/nvidia-driver-390/README.txt.gz
 for a complete list of supported GPUs and PCI IDs.

nvidia-headless-390: NVIDIA headless metapackage

 This metapackage installs the NVIDIA driver and the libraries that enable
 parallel general purpose computation through CUDA and
 OpenCL.
 .
 Install this package if you do not need X11 or Wayland support, which is
 provided by the nvidia-driver-390 metapackage.

nvidia-headless-no-dkms-390: NVIDIA headless metapackage - no DKMS

 This metapackage installs the NVIDIA driver and the libraries that enable
 parallel general purpose computation through CUDA and
 OpenCL. DKMS will not be installed, and, therefore, the kernel module
 will not be built.
 .
 Install this package if you do not need X11 or Wayland support, which is
 provided by the nvidia-driver-390 metapackage.

nvidia-kernel-common-390: Shared files used with the kernel module

 This package installs all the optional accessory files for the NVIDIA
 kernel module.
 .
 Install this package if you want to blacklist any conflicting kernel
 modules, and if you want udev to load the the NVIDIA kernel modules,
 and to create the uvm devices automatically.

nvidia-kernel-source-390: NVIDIA kernel source package

 This package provides the NVIDIA kernel source needed by the userspace
 driver.

nvidia-libopencl1-384: Transitional package for nvidia-headless-390

 This is a transitional package for nvidia-headless-390, and can be
 safely removed after the installation is complete.

nvidia-opencl-icd-384: Transitional package for nvidia-headless-390

 This is a transitional package for nvidia-headless-390, and can be
 safely removed after the installation is complete.

nvidia-utils-390: NVIDIA driver support binaries

 This package contains supporting binaries for the NVIDIA driver.

xserver-xorg-video-nvidia-390: NVIDIA binary Xorg driver

 The NVIDIA binary driver provides optimized hardware acceleration of
 OpenGL/GLX/EGL/GLES applications via a direct-rendering X Server
 for graphics cards using NVIDIA chip sets.
 .
 See /usr/share/doc/nvidia-driver-390/README.txt.gz
 for a complete list of supported GPUs and PCI IDs.