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NVOPTION is a grapich front-end to change NVIDIA options under linux in X mode. Twinview ,TV out and standard options can be configure.
Nvidia original options :
Option "SWCursor" "boolean"
Enable or disable software rendering of the X cursor.
Option "HWCursor" "boolean"
Enable or disable hardware rendering of the X cursor.
Option "NoAccel" "boolean"
Disable or enable 2D acceleration using the XAA module
(note that this is different that 3D acceleration).
Default: acceleration is enabled.
Option "ShadowFB" "boolean"
Enable or disable use of the shadow frame buffer layer.
See shadowfb(4) for further information. Default: off.
Option "NoRenderAccel" "boolean"
Enable or disable experimental hardware acceleration of
the RENDER extension. Default: RENDER is accelerated
Option "NoLogo" "boolean" Option "CursorShadow" "boolean"
Disable drawing of the NVIDIA logo splash screen at Enable or disable use of a shadow with the hardware
X startup. Default: the logo is drawn. accelerated cursor; this is a black translucent replica of
your cursor shape at a given offset from the real cursor.
This option is only available on GeForce2 MX or better
hardware (ie GeForce2 MX (200/400), GeForce2 Pro, GeForce
2 Ultra, GeForce2 Go, GeForce3, Quadro, Quadro DDC,
Quadro2 (MXR/EX), Quadro2 Pro and Quadro2 Go chip sets).
Default: no cursor shadow.
Option "TwinView" "boolean" Enable or disable TwinView.
. Default: TwinView is disabled.
Option "TwinViewOrientation" "string"
Controls the relationship between the two display devices
when using TwinView. Takes one of the following values:
"RightOf" "LeftOf" "Above" "Below" "Clone".
Default: string is NULL.
Option "ConnectedMonitor" "string"
Allows you to override what the NVIDIA kernel module
detects is connected to your video card. This may
be useful, for example, if you use a KVM (keyboard,
video, mouse) switch and you are switched away when
X is started. In such a situation, the NVIDIA kernel
module can't detect what display devices are connected,
and the NVIDIA X driver assumes you have a single CRT
connected. If, however, you use a digital flat panel
instead of a CRT, use this option to explicitly tell
Valid values for this option are "CRT" (cathode ray tube), the NVIDIA X driver what is connected.
"DFP" (digital Flat panel), or "TV" (television); if using
TwinView, this option may be a comma-separated list of
display devices; e.g.: "CRT, CRT" or "CRT, DFP".
Default: string is NULL.
The "TVStandard" option should be added to your screen section; valid
"PAL-B" : used in Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Guinea,
Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, The
Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain,
Sweden, and Switzerland
"PAL-D" : used in China and North Korea
"PAL-G" : used in Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, Malaysia,
The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden,
"PAL-H" : used in Belgium
"PAL-I" : used in Hong Kong and The United Kingdom
"PAL-K1" : used in Guinea
"PAL-M" : used in Brazil
"PAL-N" : used in France, Paraguay, and Uruguay
"PAL-NC" : used in Argentina
"NTSC-J" : used in Japan
"NTSC-M" : used in Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador,
Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico, South
Korea, Taiwan, United States of America, and Venezuela.
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