Nvidia 367.35 Released with 8K H.265 Support [How to Install]

July 17, 2016 — 2 Comments

Nvidia 367.35

Nvidia has recently announced the Linux driver 367.35 with GeForce GTX 1000 performance improvements and support for 8K H.265 video decoding.

Nvidia 367.35 release highlights:

  • Fixed a regression that could cause console corruption when resuming from suspend.
  • Improved buffer write performance of the nvidia-drm DRM KMS driver by using write-combined DRM Dumb Buffers where available
  • Fixed a bug that caused X to crash when applying changes to the RandR CscMatrix property while VT-switched away from X.
  • Fixed a bug that caused a crash when exiting nvidia-settings on displays with 8 or 15 bit color depths.
  • Added support for VDPAU Feature Set H to the NVIDIA VDPAU driver. GPUs with VDPAU Feature Set H are capable of hardware-accelerated decoding of 8192×8192 (8k) H.265/HEVC video streams.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the X server to sometimes skip displaying Vulkan frames when the Composite extension is enabled.
  • Added support for querying clock values on Pascal GPUs.
  • Removed the Base Mosaic configuration option from nvidia-settings on systems where the feature is not actually supported.
  • Fixed a bug that caused nvidia-smi to report an inaccurate version number.
  • Fixed a bug that could lead to a system crash if there was a peer-to-peer mapping still active during CUDA context teardown.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented nvidia-bug-report.sh from finding relevant messages in kernel log files.

How to Install Nvidia 367.35 in Ubuntu:

Graphics Driver Team has made the new driver release into PPA, available for Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 15.10, Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 12.04, and the next Ubuntu 16.10.

Follow the steps below to add PPA and install the driver:

1. Add Graphics Drive PPA, by opening terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and running the command:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa

2. After that, install nvidia-367 driver using Additional Drivers utility.


Or run the commands below one by one in terminal:

sudo apt update

sudo apt install nvidia-367

Finally restart your computer and done.

3. For any issue you may remove the driver via the steps below, and then install a different version of the driver.

  • press Ctrl+Alt+F1 to switch to command console and login
  • purge Nvidia driver via command sudo apt purge nvidia-*
  • reboot via command sudo reboot

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2 responses to Nvidia 367.35 Released with 8K H.265 Support [How to Install]

  1. Thank you Jim for wonderful article, I followed every step given here and successfully installed my graphic driver for Nvidia-940Mx :) Morever my graphics card also supports Nvidia Optmius technology which enables on the fly dynamic switching of GPUs between NVIDIA AND INTEL GPU. So do I need to install Bumblebee project to handle this functionality or this pro-priority driver will take care of it itself?

  2. Also one more thing when this driver is installed it causes an problem while resuming from suspension of machine. If you select your Nvidia Card as primary GPU and then let the machine suspend by keeping it ideal for few minutes. What my observation says it halts while resuming and gives following error

    “device already exists at 0000:02:00, can not hot-add”
    No simple solution searched everywhere :( By the way its pretty older bug of linux kernels which was patched I guess, but somehow triggered by this driver again

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