nvidia setup help
allornothin.tommy at gmail.com
Mon Sep 13 20:51:02 BST 2010
The easiest way for me although not the only way is to start X in low
graphics, open a terminal and type: sudo nvidia-settings, configure your
graphics correctly if they have changed at all and then finally hit "save to
X configuration", that should fix your problem!
On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 2:11 PM, Jonathan Goodman <jgoodman at 012.net.il>wrote:
> I installed a real-time kernel 2.6.33-29-and patched nvidia driver using
> synaptic. when I boot the new kernel it will not start X it gives the
> option to reconfigure X, to drop to a terminal, or start X in low
> graphic mode.
> I'm a newbie and I have no idea how to setup the patched nvidia driver
> for this kernel.
> I boot the generic kernel and the starts flawlessly with the nvidia
> version current.
> I'm at a loss as to how to set up X for rt.
> thanks for your patience.
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