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Old 12-18-03, 12:45 AM   #1
Bryan Batten
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Does the Nvidia driver for Linux support the X "vt" option?

I recently upgraded from AcceleratedX (yup, that old) - which provided the option without complaint - to Nvidia 1.0-4496. No matter what I do, it always ends up using VT 7.

Thanks in advance for the info
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Old 12-20-03, 08:01 PM   #2
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OK. Bad pilot error. In the process of modifying startx to call the default xserverrc script instead of directly invoke AcceleratedX, I inadvertently omitted passing the vt option down to the server script.

Now that that's done, I indeed can start the server on any specific virtual terminal. The bad news is that I can only run the server with one VT at a time.

... And so it goes.
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