[kde-linux] 2 monitors with nv

BasaBuru basaburu at basatu.org
Sun Oct 2 12:45:06 UTC 2011

On Sábado, 1 de Octubre de 2011 21:16:31 James escribió:
> I switched from the proprietary nvidia driver to nv and I can't my
> desktop to work like it did before.

Try with this, chan resoution off course.

  Section "Extensions"
      Option         "Composite" "Enable"

  Section "Device"
      Identifier     "Nvidia0"
      Driver         "nvidia"
      VendorName     "NVIDIA Corporation"
      BoardName      "GeForce GTS 250"
      Option         "TwinView" "1"      # Enable or disable TwinView
      Option         "DynamicTwinView" "True" # Enable or disable support for 
dynamically configuring TwinView on this X screen. This is to guarantee that 
MetaModes can be uniquely identified by XRandR 
      Option         "TwinViewXineramaInfoOrder" "DFP"
      Option         "TwinViewOrientation" "RightOf" # Controls the 
relationship between the two display devices when using TwinView
      Option         "TwinViewXineramaInfoOrder" "DFP"
      Option         "NoLogo" "true"    # desactiva el logo en el arranque
      Option         "UseDisplayDevice" "DFP-0, CRT-1" # configuration option 
is a list of one or more display devices
      Option         "UseEdidDpi" "DFP-0" # driver makes use of a display 
device's EDID, when available, during construction of its mode pool
      Option         "UseEdidFreqs" "true" #This option controls whether the 
NVIDIA X driver will use the HorizSync and VertRefresh ranges given in a 
display device's EDID
      Option         "NvAGP" "1"                # use NVIDIA internal AGP 
support, if possible
      Option         "TripleBuffer" "True" # Enable or disable the use of 
triple buffering. OpenGL windows that sync to vblank and are double-buffered 
will be given a third buffer
      Option         "RenderAccel" "True"  # hardware acceleration of the 
RENDER extension
      Option         "EnableACPIHotkeys" "true" # The NVIDIA Linux X driver 
can detect mobile display change hotkey events either through ACPI or by 
periodically checking the GPU hardware state.
      Option         "OnDemandVBlankInterrupts" "true" # This experimental 
option enables on-demand VBlank control, allowing the driver to enable VBlank 
interrupt generation only when it is required
      Option         "DamageEvents" "True" # Use OS-level events to 
efficiently notify X when a client has performed direct rendering to a window 
that needs to be composited
      Option         "UseCompositeWrapper" "True" # Enables the X server's 
"composite wrapper"
      Option         "AddARGBGLXVisuals" "true" #Adds a 32-bit ARGB visual for 
each supported OpenGL configuration
      Option         "AddARGBGLXVisuals" "true" # Adds a 32-bit ARGB visual 
for each supported OpenGL configuration
      Option         "AllowUnofficialGLXProtocol" "true" # NVIDIA GLX 
implementation will not expose GLX protocol for GL commands if the protocol is 
not considered complete
      Screen          0  

  Section "Monitor"
      Identifier     "Monitor0"
      VendorName     "Sony"
      ModelName      "Sony Default Flat Panel"
      Option         "DPMS" "true"

  Section "Screen"
      Identifier     "Screen0"
      Device         "Nvidia0"
      Monitor        "Monitor0"
      DefaultDepth 24
      Option         "metamodes" "CRT: nvidia-auto-select +1920+0, DFP: 
nvidia-auto-select +0+0"
#      Option         "metamodes" "DFP: nvidia-auto-select +0+0, CRT: nvidia-
auto-select +1280+0"
root at basatu:/home/basati# 

-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/kde-linux/attachments/20111002/3c4b3105/attachment.html>
-------------- next part --------------
A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
Name: signature.asc
Type: application/pgp-signature
Size: 836 bytes
Desc: This is a digitally signed message part.
URL: <http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/kde-linux/attachments/20111002/3c4b3105/attachment.sig>

More information about the kde-linux mailing list