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Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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nvidia-driver x11  Ignore files touched by this commit  An older version of this port was marked as vulnerable. NVidia graphics card binary drivers for hardware OpenGL rendering
Update to version 195.22.  These are BETA drivers, and normally update would
not occur, but now it is special: it features long-awaited x86-64 (amd64)
support.  In order to use this driver release, your system will need to have
either FreeBSD 7-STABLE after 702106 or FreeBSD 8.0 and above.

Both the FreeBSD/x86 and FreeBSD/x86-64 driver packages include 32-bit Linux
ABI compatibility libraries; 64-bit Linux libraries may be included with a
future release (when support for Linux/x86-64 compatibility is added to
FreeBSD/amd64).  The FreeBSD/x86-64 package does not include the FreeBSD/x86
OpenGL libraries; however, the libraries shipped with the FreeBSD/x86 driver
package have been tested on FreeBSD/x86-64.

Port was updated to serve both versions seamlessly.  No need to specify
anything to distinguish between architectures.

I would like to thank everyone involved to make this happen.

Reviewed on:    -ports@

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