So the current version of production drivers for nvidia is 450.57. It would appear that the 450 driver is a replacement for the 440 driver (same video cards supported). From Nvidia’s website the drivers they are currently making available for download are:
Latest Long Lived Branch Version: [450.57]
Latest Short Lived Branch Version: [435.21]
Latest Legacy GPU version (390.xx series): [390.138]
Latest Legacy GPU version (340.xx series): [340.108]
Latest Legacy GPU version (304.xx series): [304.137]
Latest Legacy GPU Version (71.86.xx series): [71.86.15]
Latest Legacy GPU Version (96.43.xx series): [96.43.23]
Latest Legacy GPU Version (173.14.xx series): [173.14.39]
Manjaro is supporting for unknown reasons 440xx, 435xx, 430xx, 418xx, 390xx
While I’m sure there are reasons for supporting drivers that nvidia is no longer making available (specifically 440xx, 430xx, 418xx) why is the 450 series not in unstable testing yet? Arch has them on their repositories and are using them as the current nvidia driver.
I couldn’t get Steam to run, and I found Nvidia Settings wasn’t installed. This is after uninstalling 450 and reinstalling 450 with Manjaro Settings Manger. Rebooting, and I double checked I had everything installed including lib32 versions, but had no luck.
Thanks, I’ll load up unstable on another partition to do what I can to help test it. Just didn’t see any mention in the unstable post in the forum and just wanted to make sure it was still on the radar.