OpenGL Environment variable...
how to set the OpenGl Environment Variables (FSAA, Anisotropic, VBlank Syncing, etc...) in XF86 ? in XF86Config(-4) file ? in console ?
plz, explain-me (if possible in FR :) )...
I don't understand how to specify this option...
I'll like to know this, because i've writing an HowTo Install Nvidia (in FR : ) www.stephane-huc.net/config/Nvidia), also i'm moderator to a linux forum and ... that's important for me ;) !
go to etc/X11 then open XF86Config file with some text editor(I would recommend kate).
Some RedHat based distributions use XF86Config-4 file.
Refer to nvidia readme file then edit XF86Config(-4)
If you have Geforce 4 Ti video card type in console
__GL_FSAA_MODE=1 to enable 2x Bilinear Multisampling
or add these lines as a option in XF86Config
Same thing goes for Anisotropic filtering
__GL_DEFAULT_LOG_ANISO=3 to enable maximum anisotropic filtering for GeForce 4
There are applications which can do that for you like YANC or you can download
nvidia beta 46.20 drivers and do the following in console
go to /NVIDIA-Linux-x86-1.0-4620-pkg1/usr/bin and copy nvidia-settings file to /usr/bin directory.
Type nvidia-settings and you'll see something like this
just one precision ...
when you says :
and 2de question :
if you have 2 display with 2 video cards GeForce 4 (one for one, but not same chipset video, aka 1 GF4 MX and 1 GF4 TI)... that's possible to configure this variables ?
it's under section device
I did some syntax mistake in a example above
it should be __GL_FSAA_MODE=1
I can't answer 2nd question cause I use only one dual head card sorry :)
You can also enable it globel by putting it in your .profile , it's hidden in your user directory.
You can also set them per application, just open the executable script for say ,UT2003 that starts it and put the lines in there.
I don't think env var's should or can be set in XF86Config, I could be wrong though.
YANC in combination with nvclock is the best solution if you ask me.
Thank, for all :afro:
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