Nvidia driver problem
blchupin at iinet.net.au
Tue Sep 27 05:48:56 UTC 2011
On 27/09/11 13:32, Goh Lip wrote:
> On 27/09/11 09:24, Basil Chupin wrote:
>> On 26/09/11 22:12, Alan Pope wrote:
>>> On 26 September 2011 12:46, Basil Chupin<blchupin at iinet.net.au> wrote:
>>>> If my memory serves me correctly, I think there is command line
>>>> which will create a very basic xorg.conf file but which does not
>>>> what is actually installed on the system. But here my memory fails
>>>> don't remember what that command line is :-( .
>>> People used to use "dpkg --configure xserver-xorg", but this doesn't
>>> serve much use anymore.
>>> For nvidia specifically though there is:-
>>> "sudo nvidia-config" which will make a basic one.
>> Ah, thanks, that's the one. I'll write this into my "little black book"
>> for future reference :-) .
> As Nils wrote somewhere here, shouldn't this be
> sudo nvidia-xconfig
> sudo nvidia-config ?
> Regards - Goh Lip
"*.config" or "*.xconfig" - who cares after several martinis? :-D .
But, Nils is correct - one must always the x factor in the configuration.
 If you REALLY want to get plastered then you need to try a martini
called El Presidente. Two of those should see you thru till the next
morning :-) . A friend and I drank 6 of them one evening, and I drove
home with 1 covered and even then I drove between the 2 roads I was
looking at; and the bed flew around the world several times before I
fell asleep. Made with 50% Gin, 50% Vermouth (dry or sweet; dry, use an
olive, sweet, use a cherry) and with a dash of Curacao, served in a
chilled martini glass. (A real LO. NO need to add no rohypnol stuff.)
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vermouth .
You can always count on Americans to do the right thing - after they've tried everything else.
Sir Winston Churchill
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