nvidia-persistenced 375.26-2 source package in Ubuntu

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nvidia-persistenced (375.26-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Add Depends: libnvidia-cfg1 | libnvidia-cfg1-any, thanks to Gero Müller.
  * Do not build for ppc64el which does not have a curent driver packaged.

 -- Andreas Beckmann <email address hidden>  Wed, 18 Jan 2017 16:16:20 +0100

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Debian NVIDIA Maintainers on 2017-01-18
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Original maintainer:
Debian NVIDIA Maintainers
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Urgency:
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nvidia-persistenced: daemon to maintain persistent software state in the NVIDIA driver

 When persistence mode is enabled, the daemon prevents the driver from
 releasing device state when the device is not in use.
 This can improve the startup time of new clients in this scenario.

nvidia-persistenced-dbgsym: debug symbols for package nvidia-persistenced

 When persistence mode is enabled, the daemon prevents the driver from
 releasing device state when the device is not in use.
 This can improve the startup time of new clients in this scenario.