Originally Posted by TheBlackCat
to your ~/.xinitrc file, or in ~/.kderc (KDE) or in ~/.gnomerc, etc…
nvidia-settings –load-config-only &
Licensing clash, doubt you will ever see it.
How about optimus support? Many, if not most, upcoming laptops ship with graphics cards that cannot be used under Linux because they rely on optimus, while Nvidia has said they have no plans to support optimus under Linux.
How about kernel mode setting?
Doable but not a high priority until wayland starts proving itself that it will be the replacement for X.
Or anything else needed to get wayland working.
Don't be so sure about that. Nvidia doesn't typically announce anything until they have a solution ready for the public. They "didn't have any plans" for accelerated video decode for example and then "Bam!" there was vdpau.
On the software side a lot of work is going into getting ready for it, but Nvidia seems to be totally ignoring it.