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NetBSD has preliminary support for NVIDIA hardware via the `nouveau(4)`
DRM/KMS kernel driver ported from Linux 3.15, and all the same userland
components as for Linux -- the `libdrm` library, the `libdrm_nouveau`
library, the `xf86-video-nouveau` X.org video driver, and the Mesa
`nouveau_dri.so` GL driver.
On NetBSD 7, the kernel driver `nouveau(4)` is available on i386 and
amd64, but disabled by default. Most bug fixes are pulled up to the
netbsd-7 branch, The userland components are not
On NetBSD 7, the kernel driver `nouveau(4)` is available on `i386` and
`amd64`, but disabled by default. Most bug fixes are pulled up to the
`netbsd-7` branch. The userland components are not
available in the standard distribution sets, though they are available
through pkgsrc in x11/xf86-video-nouveau and graphics/MesaLib.
through pkgsrc in `x11/xf86-video-nouveau` and `graphics/MesaLib`.
On NetBSD-current, the kernel driver `nouveau(4)` is enabled by default
in the `i386/GENERIC`, `amd64/GENERIC`, and `evbarm/TEGRA` kernel
......@@ -27,3 +31,5 @@ prompt by booting with `boot -c` and then typing `disable nouveau` and
userconf> disable nouveau
userconf> quit
...
If you have any NetBSD-specific questions, ask on the tech-x11 mailing list.
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