[CentOS] One screen disabled on login with NVIDIA TwinView
toralf.lund at pgs.com
Fri Nov 16 09:59:41 UTC 2012
On 16/11/12 10:28, Nicolas Thierry-Mieg wrote:
> Toralf Lund wrote:
>> On 14/11/12 14:24, Mogens Kjaer wrote:
>>> On 11/14/2012 12:38 PM, Toralf Lund wrote:
>>>> Does anyone else see this? Do you know if there is a way around it?
>>> I don't have your problem, but another one.
>>> I want my second monitor to be above the internal monitor by default.
>>> I solved that by adding
>>> Option "TwinViewOrientation" "Above"
>>> to the Device section of the xorg.conf file.
>>> Maybe you can google "xorg.conf twinview" and find the option to
>>> insert into xorg.conf that makes your external monitor the primary?
>> Hmmm. I've checked
>> but not really found anything that seems to be related to this. Also,
>> the problem is not really making the monitor the primary, but rather to
>> make sure it stays enabled. In a sense, it is a "disabled primary" once
>> I log in.
> does it happen with a different user account?
Good question. I was quite convinced that it did, but I can't have
tested properly, because when I log into another account now, I find
that everything is OK. That's a bit embarrassing...
> since it happens on login it might be something in ~/.nvidia-settings-rc ?
It's not ~/.nvidia-settings-rc, though, as I get this problem even after
copying the file from a different user (without this problem) or when
just removing it (and other accounts work just fine without one.) Weird...
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