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  Add Date : 2016-10-17      
  1. First installed Debian 7.6 operating system

2. Copy the Nvidia graphics card driver to the system under

3. Cut to the folder where the files on the drive down, / * run run the driver installation file, you need to stop this before the X server running: sudo /etc/init.d/gdm3 stop after running .run file. you may encounter a error message stating that the required version of gcc compiler and run .run file under the current system does not match the version of gcc, the solution is .run file at run time to add a parameter, as follows: sudo CC = gcc-4.6 ./NVIDIA-*.run

4. After you resolve this error, you may also encounter an error

Content is being given to say you need to install linux-header. There are two solutions: 1. Add software found in the graphical desktop options within options direct search linux-header, will search out the entire package can be installed (Note: This procedure requires the system CD) 2. Run a terminal: sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-generic linux-headers-`uname -r` after the installation is complete rerun graphics driver installation program can (Note: this procedure requires linking the external network)

5. After the installation is complete, restart the system. Command in the system: cat / proc / driver / nvidia / gpus / ...... can view the graphics device.
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