Quadro P600 Mobile not detected by nvidia-detect

Andreas Beckmann anbe at debian.org
Wed Jan 16 17:14:33 GMT 2019

On 2019-01-16 17:47, Danny Smit wrote:
> 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:
> https://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/132524/en-us)
> 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.

in stretch:
# nvidia-detect 1CB2
Checking driver support for PCI ID [10de:1CB2]
Your card is supported by the default drivers.
It is recommended to install the

The list of supported device IDs is extracted from the README included
in the driver package. We do not validate or customize it ourselves.

>> 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.

Planned for the next point release, which is not yet scheduled.
There will be a smooth upgrade path from the driver in stretch-backports
to the updated driver in the stretch point release. It's essentially the
same package.


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