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Old 06-08-09, 03:19 AM   #1
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Default How can I make driver-settings permanent?

Hi!

I use driver 185.1.14 on ubuntu 9.04.
There are some settings, that I have to apply before running X and XBMC on it.
Where can I make these settings permanent?

nvidia-settings -a OpenGLImageSettings=3
nvidia-settings -a FSAA=0
nvidia-settings -a FSAAAppControlled=0
nvidia-settings -a FSAAAppEnhanced=0

Thanks,
Patrick
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Default Re: How can I make driver-settings permanent?

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Hi!

I use driver 185.1.14 on ubuntu 9.04.
There are some settings, that I have to apply before running X and XBMC on it.
Where can I make these settings permanent?

nvidia-settings -a OpenGLImageSettings=3
nvidia-settings -a FSAA=0
nvidia-settings -a FSAAAppControlled=0
nvidia-settings -a FSAAAppEnhanced=0

Thanks,
Patrick
In an autostart which runs after X, so DISPLAY is set.

Use the one provided by your desktop environment or window manager.

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