Package Base Details: nvidia-utils-beta

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Keywords: driver libgl nvidia-settings opencl opengl video vulkan
Submitter: None
Maintainer: dbermond
Last Packager: dbermond
Votes: 336
Popularity: 0.001485
First Submitted: 2008-08-19 21:42
Last Updated: 2021-09-21 02:14

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dbermond commented on 2019-06-09 03:21

  • Important note:

Package nvidia-egl-wayland-beta was dropped since version 430.14-2.

After updating, replace it with egl-wayland from the official repositories with: pacman -Syu egl-wayland

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sl1pkn07 commented on 2013-05-03 02:04

Doesn't provide nvidia-persistenced-init?


adytzu2007 commented on 2013-05-02 18:53

319.17 available at

ngoonee commented on 2013-04-05 00:17

No it doesn't. In the repos (as far as I can see) only the nvidia package depends on nvidia-libgl. Everything else just requires libgl (which this package provides).

If you check the PKGBUILD out you'll notice I have a MIXNVIDIA variable, it relies on some as-yet-un-uploaded dummy packages, I'm testing out the usage of nouveau together with nvidia on the same machine.

Det commented on 2013-04-04 10:16

Doesn't provide nvidia-libgl..?

ngoonee commented on 2013-03-02 02:05

My bad, bugged out the build. Should work now.

BrainwreckedTech commented on 2013-03-02 00:37

This AUR package is missing the /usr/lib/ link that is present in the mainline nvidia-utils package in the official repos. I only noticed becuase I had a VM set up to auto-compile some AUR packages, nvidia-[utils-]beta and cairo-dock* being some of them. The cairo-dock* packages won't compile due to this omission. The actual computers that have the mainline nvidia-utils package from the official repos have this link present.

ngoonee commented on 2012-11-02 00:10

Thanks, tested and updated.

Max-P commented on 2012-11-01 23:54

This now needs "pangox-compat" for nvidia-settings to work properly. The last pango update broke it.

Det commented on 2012-10-29 13:24

It's for hardware accelerated video encoding so I wouldn't be surprised.

XvMC was the first equilevant for DxVA. The support was probably just removed in favor of VDPAU.

ngoonee commented on 2012-10-17 02:15

I COULD chuck it in there quite easily, let me do a bit of research as to what it is though =). My system works without it, at least.