rabcor wrote:nvidia-settings -lseems to do precisely nothing, and to my understanding when the drivers load (when X runs) the drivers should load the "~/.nvidia-settings-rc" which is created when i use the "Save Current Configuration" button if one exists (if not i assume it just uses some default settings).
I know there are other questions on this topic, but I can't seem to find any answers regarding my specific problem.
I am setting my monitor to 144Hz in the nvidia settings. I know that those settings do not stick after boot unless you run nvidia-settings --load-config-only AFTER first creating the configuration file.
i'm experiencing a strange problem with dual monitors. when i set the dual monitor via "nvidia settings" and save the setting to xorg.conf, the default unity theme and icons are turning back to gtk default.
i have 2 monitor that have different resolution which is 1440x900 and 1360x768. but the default settings for my 1360x768 monitor in nvidia-settings is 1024x768 and when i tried to change it to 1360x768 the screen is off the monitor or its out of it margin.
i hope i explained it well enough for anyone to understand my situation.
Tried another forum (Precise) for an answer, but perhaps this one is more specific.
I bought a laptop with a ATI/AMD 6970 card. When rebooted into OO or PP the gamma is extremely light. If I start the Catalyst control center and then cancel it, it reverts to my custom settings. The settings are shown as saved properly, but not recognized on reboot.
I recently got a new monitor and am now using my old monitor in portrait mode to the left of my primary monitor. I have a GTX 770 and am using the nvidia 340.32-1 driver.I can go into nvidia x server settings GUI and position and rotate the monitor how it should be. After clicking apply, everything is great.I then try saving the config file to /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-nvidia.conf.
If my monitor is off when my computer reboots the settings in amdcccle are perfect, but if the monitor is off when the computer restarts the settings go back to default. Is the a way to trick the computer into thinking the display is always on and connected or is ther a way to force the settings to stay the same in amdcccle?