There have been several ‘Kernel 3.13’ patches on various sites for the latest NVIDIA drivers, and I have finally found one that – on my system – actually works, without causing uvcvideo / usb problems (see previous articles..)
Thanks to the folks at ArchLinux, the patch can be found here: https://projects.archlinux.org/svntogit/packages.git/plain/trunk/nvidia_3.13_kernel.patch?h=packages/nvidia
Be aware that there are other patches around with the same name, but different contents!
I have applied this patch to driver 331.38, and – at last – I can run Kernel 3.13.1 on my main system, with working video conferencing, and no segfaults/tombstones….
Hopefully NVIDIA will be releasing an ‘official’ driver with Kernel 3.13 support, soon.?.
Robert Gadsdon. February 4, 2014.