Skip site navigation 1 Skip section navigation 2 Header And Logo. A target type indicates the object that is queried when you query an attribute. X Display Names in the Config File 6. This option is useful to see what nvidia-xconfig will do while leaving the original configuration intact. X Config Options’ for more details on the possible values and syntax.
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This mode of operation is useful to place in your xinitrc file, for example. This mode of operation is useful if nvidia-settings has difficulties starting due to prob- lems with applying settings in the configuration file.
If no X screen is specified, then the attribute 9.11 will be queried for all valid targets of the attribute eg GPUs, Displays X screens, etc. Besides each X screen, the other top level category is “nvidia-settings Configuration”, which configures behavior of the nvidia-settings appli- cation itself.
See the output of nvidia-settings –query screens –query gpus –query framelocks –query vcs –query gvis –query fans –query thermalsensors –query svps –query dpys for lists of targets for each target type. TODO There are many things still to be added to nvidia-settings, some of which include: Along the bottom of the nvidia-settings GUI, from left to right, is: This is useful to limit processing to a subset frewbsd targets, based on an existing relationship s to other targets.
There may mvidia cases when you do want attributes in the config file to be qualified with the X Display name.
Then, it displays a graphical user interface GUI for configuring the current settings. After you have run nvidia-settings once and have generated a configura- tion file, you can then run: Org X server, use ‘kdb’; if you are using an XFree86 X server, use ‘keyboard’. Target types give you different granularities frwebsd which to perform queries and assignments.
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Any extracted EDIDs are then written as binary data to individual files. The GUI for nvidia-settings is cleanly abstracted from the back-end of nvidia-settings that parses the configuration file and command line, communicates with the X server, etc. Settings from the X server override OpenGL’s default values, and settings from the environ- ment override values from the X server.
Valid values for “TVOutFormat” are: This library is typically only used by nvidia-xconfig when configuring multiple X screens.
By default, ‘deprecations’ is set. Only one entry in the list can be selected at once, and the selected category controls which “page” is displayed on the right side of the nvidia-settings GUI. The most recent official version of the source code is available here: If this option is not provided, 3D VisionPro configuration will not be stored. Only one qualitfer freebd be specified. The configuration file is not modi- fied.
The syntax for –assign is the same as –query, with the additional requirement that assignments also have an equal sign and the new value. This will also report the valid values for the attribute. The supported properties are ‘dithering’ and ‘ditheringmode’. A target specification is contained within brackets and may consist of a target type name, a colon, and the target id. Note that an OpenGL application only retrieves settings from the X server when it starts, so if you make a change to an OpenGL value in nvidia-settings, it will only apply to OpenGL applications which are started after nfidia point in time.
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Set- ting this option will enable YUV 4: Want to link to this manual page? If there are multiple device sec- tions, then it adds the BusID field to each of them.
Valid values for “TVStandard” are: Note that a display device name must always be specified even if frerbsd one EDID is specified. To add the BusID to only a specific device or screen section, use the ‘–device’ or ‘–screen’ options. Additionally, individual attributes may be specified like this: This type of backup is made by nvidia-xconfig before it modifies an X configuration file that it has not previously touched; this is assumed to be an X configuration file that pre- dates the involvement of the NVIDIA X driver.