=== Basic usage === See "Adding this PPA to your system" later on, or just do: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:oibaf/drivers and update your Ubuntu with the package here.
=== Using gallium-nine === Gallium-nine lets you run Direct X 9 games in a faster way, avoiding the inefficient translation of D3D9 calls to Open GL.
Please read the section "Debugging and reporting problems" below.
============= Supported Ubuntu versions: - 16.04 (xenial) - 17.04 (zesty) - 17.10 (artful) qo Up WK === Introduction === This PPA provides updated X (2D) and mesa (3D) free graphics drivers for radeon, intel and nvidia hardware.
Note: This is a reference driver for supported Display Link® USB graphics device that is incorporated in your dock, adapter or monitor.
Upgrading to the latest version of the proprietary Nvidia drivers in Ubuntu (or Linux Mint) was pretty complicated a while back.
Display Link has not created drivers for other packages, however the Ubuntu driver contains an open source component which is designed to be modified to enable the Ubuntu driver to be repackaged for any other Linux distro by the user community.
Details on how the Ubuntu driver package can be unpacked and modified for other distros is covered in this article. These instructions presume you are proficient with PPAs, . Clean Up After Installing Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr, there are a wealth of things that need to be dealt with, including Hardware Drivers, DVD, Audio and Video Codecs, Archiving formats, generally useful stuff.There are also older drivers, like nvidia-304 and nvidia-340 (but that's not why you are here, right? In general, Ubuntu does a good job providing drivers for your system hardware.These are some of the most popular, useful, and reliable sources for some default software and some more things we'll install later.