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Old 08-04-08, 05:46 AM   #1
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Default Linux 3D "passive" stereo questions

Hi, all.

Following a previous post on problems with 3D stereo on a Quadro FX 570 - see http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/show...91#post1713891
for details, I have purchased a Zalman ZM-M190 monitor to be able to use the "passive stereo" capabilities of the FX 570 (Option Stereo "4").
I have installed the monitor and configured the displays but I cannot see any difference between stereo and non-stereo views. And, unlike its Windows counterpart, the Linux nvidia-xsettings panel has no "stereo" tab.

I am attaching the sacramental nvidia-bug-report file along with my current xorg.conf - is there any problem with the configuration? Are there any Linux tools that can be used to configure the stereo display (e.g. stereo separation, depth of view, etc.) ?

Thanks in advance for any help,

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