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Hello, I have recently purchased a laptop that supports nvidia 3d vision and has the card GeForce 460M. I want to have the 3D vision running in linux I have ...
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    nvidia 3d vision support in linux for GeForce graphic cards


    Hello, I have recently purchased a laptop that supports nvidia 3d vision and has the card GeForce 460M. I want to have the 3D vision running in linux

    I have found out that 3d vision is not supported in linux for GeForce cards and only supported for the Quad series.

    Any ideas on what modifications would be required to support 3d on GeForce in linux? Has anyone been able to do this (am I being too optimistic here?)

    If this is not the correct sub-forum to post this question, please refer me to the correct one.

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    I'd post this on the nVidia user forums. There should be more knowledgeable people there to answer such a question.
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