nvidia-installer was inspired by
loki_update tool: http://icculus.org/loki_setup/
The FTP and HTTP support in
nvidia-installer is based upon
snarf 7.0: http://www.xach.com/snarf/
The self-extracting archive (also known as the
.run file) is generated using
Portions of the NVIDIA OpenCL implementation contain components licensed from third parties under the following terms:
Clang & LLVM:
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Portions of LLVM's System library:
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The NVIDIA X driver splash screen is decoded using
This NVIDIA Linux driver contains code from the int10 module of the X.Org project.
The NetBSD implementations of the following compiler intrinsics are used for better portability: __udivdi3, __umoddi3, __divdi3, __moddi3, __ucmpdi2, __cmpdi2, __fixunssfdi, __fixunsdfdi, __ashldi3 and __lshrdi3.
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