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Old 20th October 2013, 01:22 PM
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F19 x64 Nouveau driver headless xorg.conf

I've used the nvidia driver in the past on F18 and prior using a headless /etc/X11/xorg.conf with a modeline etc..... to bring up xorg and then attach using x11vnc. We do it this way so if you have to walk to where the servers are and physically attach a screen you can still see on the 'same' screen exactly what you were doing remotely.

However after messing around for 24 hours I can't get a working xorg.conf for the nouveau driver on F19 x64, looking at the Xorg.0.log it's almost as if the modeline settings are not getting picked up from the xorg.conf file at all...instead default standard ones are used.

Ideas? Thoughts?
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