Quadro P600 Mobile not detected by nvidia-detect

Danny Smit danny.smit.0 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 16 16:47:09 GMT 2019

On Wed, Jan 16, 2019 at 3:14 PM Luca Boccassi <bluca at debian.org> wrote:
> Hi, is that on Stretch? Which versions of all the involved packages?

Yes, this applies to Stretch stable and it applies to the following packages:

  nvidia-driver 384.130-1 amd64
  nvidia-detect 384.130-1 amd64

On Wed, Jan 16, 2019 at 3:25 PM Andreas Beckmann <anbe at debian.org> wrote:
> with nvidia-detect from stretch-backports I get:
> # nvidia-detect 1cbc
> Checking driver support for PCI ID [10de:1cbc]
> Your card is only supported by the updated drivers from stretch-backports.
> See https://backports.debian.org for instructions how to use backports.
> It is recommended to install the
>     nvidia-driver/stretch-backports
> package.

Thanks. Currently the latest driver available for Stretch stable seems
to be 384.130. I notice that according to nvidia, the Quadro P600 is
supported by that driver (according to supported products listed here:

My unfortunate assumption was that the device was officially supported
by the 384.130 release, however, now I noticed there are two device
IDs for the P600 (1CB2 and 1CBC). Probably one for the non-mobile and
one for mobileI guess? Unfortunately that difference doesn't show in
the list of supported chips list that comes with the nvidia driver
itself. I suppose I incorrectly assumed that the device was supported
by the 384.130 release which is part of stretch stable.

> PS: we will have 390.xx drivers in stretch at some point ...

Is there any indication when that might happen? Relying on stretch
stable would be preferable instead of using stretch backports.


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