This basically means that fixes for most security vulnerabilities are not be able to be back-ported to LTS kernels but on the other side around stable releases contain all security fixes made so far.
In other words, use stable Kernels over LTS, whenever possible, assuming everything works for you and there are no specific circumstances such as working in an environment where you have no control over the Kernel - limited access etc.
Direct download - Full package to Linux as well as Windows Drivers and tools.
New Hardware Support
- Linux* support for Intel® Ethernet Network Adapter E810-C-Q2T
New Software Support
- Intel® Ethernet 800 Series devices now support user-mode RDMA in FreeBSD, through the libirdma provider library.
- Support for Debian* 11.
- Support for Red Hat* Enterprise Linux* (RHEL) 8.5 on all Intel® Ethernet devices.
- End of support for the Microsoft Windows v1q driver. This driver will no longer be tested or updated. For your
convenience, the driver may still be provided in your download package or on your install media.
New Firmware Support
- Added support for Intel PSM4 optical module.
- Added ADQ rules results in allocating Recipes, which are limited resources that are shared across all PFs.
Added support for the following GPUs :
- NVIDIA RTX A4000H
- NVIDIA RTX A5500
- Fixed a bug that could cause displays with HDMI or DisplayPort audio to be deselected as the default audio output device after resuming from suspend.
- Fixed a regression that could cause OpenGL applications to hang or render incorrectly after suspend/resume cycles or VT-switches.
- Fixed a bug, introduced in 495.29.05, that caused GPU "Model:" in /proc/driver/nvidia/gpus/<Bus:Device.Function>/information to be "Unknown" for some GPUs.
- Fixed a bug that caused the nvidia-settings control panel to print spurious error messages.
- Fixed a bug that could prevent nvidia-installer from detecting the scripts/sign-file kernel module signing tool when using separate kernel source and output directories.
- Fixed a bug which prevented kernel modules linked from precompiled kernel interface object files from being loaded on recent Linux kernels. This affected custom packages which were prepared with nvidia-installer's --add-this-kernel option, for example.
- [Dev Forum Announce](https://forums.developer.nvidia.com/t/linux-solaris-and-freebsd-driver-510-60-02-production-branch-release/209134)
- [Direct download](https://us.download.nvidia.com/XFree86/Linux-x86_64/510.60.02/NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-510.60.02.run)