Yes, I have the settings installed. The workaround does and have both my monitors up and running no like I want. Thanks for the help. I have realized I had to use the terminal like said. It will bring up the nvidia settings in the root account for me to make the changes and save to the xconfig file. I realized that when I was bringing up the nvidia settings window using the gui on my account I was using it the local user and not the root. So, thanks for the help I do appreciate it. Now I know what to do in the future.
Now onto my next quandary, my scanner. I have tried to use the backend provided but when I tried install the core package, iscan-2.26.2-1x86_64.rpm. But I an error message stating that I needed the libltdl.so.3()(64-bit). I have already installed the datat package iscan-data-1.8.0-0.noarch.rpm. I have also installed firmware iscan-firmwar-2.25.1-1.fc14(noarch), but I am still having issues with core package not being installed.
What should I do next? Did I instll the package in the wrong order?
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I have found a thread with somebody else having problems with there epson flatbed scanner also. There has been a bug filed for it, I wonder if this isn't the problem that I am having with getting mine installed in the first place. Here is the thread http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showth...ghlight=avasys
Also, how do I look up a bug report?