NVIDIA has presented an update of the NVIDIA proprietary driver 352 for Linux, version Nvidia 352.30.
This is a small update for the stable version of NVIDIA 352, which added support for GeForce 910M and several bug fixes.
Detail of the bug report on the official NVIDIA page - Features release.
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Note. Before downloading and installing new driver, make sure that your system has a supported NVIDIA GPU. You can also use automatic scanning, contacting the Drivers section on the website of NVIDIA to find the latest drivers for your NVIDIA GPU.
How to identify and install the correct driver for your Nvidia video card in Linux Mint can be viewed on page "How to detect and install the correct version of the Nvidia driver on Linux Mint". Otherwise, after you install the NVIDIA driver 352.30 you risk not to run the system.
Installation into Linux Mint:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nvidia-352 nvidia-settings
After installation, restart your computer to activate the installed driver.
After a new logon check the installed graphics driver utility NVIDIA X Server Settings, search in the menu or in the terminal command:
glxinfo | grep OpenGL