Updating sles10 nvidia drivers
SIMULIA tests specific graphics devices to insure adequate performance with Abaqus/CAE and Abaqus/Viewer; the graphics devices that have been tested (or scheduled for testing) are listed in the table below.However, we cannot certify that these devices are completely compatible with all possible hardware and software configurations.You can also use it on a 64 bit system so long as you have a 64 bit version of the windows driver (as far as I know), which for older hardware is unlikely to exist.Whatever info you find for ubuntu should work for the corresponding version of mint.
If that doesn't work, and you're using a 32 bit system, try using ndiswrapper and the windows driver (an file) off the cd.
Before we proceed with the installation, lets take a summary look at each latest Linux Display Drivers changelogs: Install ATI AMD Catalyst drivers in Ubuntu 13.04 Raring/Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal/Ubuntu 12.04 Precise/Linux Mint 14/13/Any Ubuntu based distributions Many users write us about ATI AMD cards, for their drivers.
So today Noobs Lab decided to write something for AMD ATI card owners, Probably this stuff will help them with their graphics.
With the help of 3rd party proprietary GPU drivers PPA which provides stable proprietary Nvidia graphics driver updates, its now easier to install / update your nvidia card to the latest drivers without updating any other libraries hence providing stability.
The PPA currently provides the latest updates for the following Nvidia Graphics Drivers versions as of 2017: nvidia-304, nvidia-381, nvidia-375, as well as nvidia-378.