After tonight's update with the new 3.5 kernel and updated akmod packages of the nvidia driver, I've got some problems.
I have this setup: A desktop monitor connected through DVI, and a TV connected with HDMI. At first, the system would boot with both screens enabled, while previously the TV was disabled (as it should be). When I tried to disable the TV with nvidia-settings, it goes well, and you get a confirmation dialog with a countdown to confirm these new settings.
But, when I click 'OK', it still reverts to its previous state: with the TV enabled. And by the way: 'Cancel' still does too.
So, I started nvidia-settings as root, same problem. But I could save the settings to Xorg.conf, without applying them with nvidia-settings. That's what I did, and now it actually boots with only the desktop monitor, so that's an improvement.
Unfortunalely, it's still not perfect, because when I enable my TV (to watch some TV series or something), it's not possible to disable it afterwards. It stays on. Fun fact: the wacom driver actually thinks it's off, because I can't move the pointer to the second screen.
Attached Xorg.0.log, I hope it contains anything useful. What's wrong here, and how can I fix this?
Thanks in advance.