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Multi Monitor setup question

Nezmin2

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Hey Guy,s
Quick question, as I am new to POP OS I am finding some things that confuse me, like the Multi monitor setup. I have two monitors. My right monitor is my primary. When I boot up, I have to go into NVidia config and reposition my monitors and reset the resolution and refresh every time. How does POP OS work to set up the monitors so that I do not have to reset this every boot up.

Thanks...
 

derpOmattic

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I've heard of this before. NVIDIA can cause all kinds of trouble with Linux due to their lack of proper Linux kernel support. I would have to dig around like you because I've never had NVIDIA. I have intentionally avoided it to have stable Linux machines. If I get some spare time I'll poke around. I was hoping someone with NVIDIA knowledge would step up.
 

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