Stats of what I'm running:
TV: HP MediaSmart TV 47" / OS: Ubuntu 10.10 64-bit / Video Card: Nvidia GeForce GT 220 / Video Driver: Nvidia 260.19.06
When I first setup Ubuntu on this computer, after rebooting, the display resolution did not save. I eventually fixed this by manually changing the display to the correct resolution in the xorg.conf file. But I'm still unable to make the overscan setting persist after a reboot. I've tried adding
nvidia-settings -l to my autostart, but this does nothing. I've also run the Nvidia Settings app with sudo and saved the changes, but this hasn't fixed the issue either. I also noticed that there is a
.nvidia-settings-rc file in my home directory that stores settings and there is a field
HTPC64:0.0/OverscanCompensation[DFP-1]=115 which IS correct, but this file and/or settings related to it don't seem to be saving because I still have to manually adjust the overscan in the Nvidia Settings after a reboot. What else can I do to resolve this?