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how to set logverbose=6 to X server (forever) on fedora

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I have a lot of problems with the nvidia proprietary driver. However nouveau is very much too slow so that I have to use the nvidia driver. They ask for logverbose option to be set to at least 6 to send bug reports. I see how I can do that for a manual start with startx, how can I do it for all normal starts? I am using F18 with KDE. I do not want to restart the X server manually each time I switch on the computer.

posted Jun 8, 2013 by anonymous

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Try adding to the ServerArgsLocal line in /etc/kde/kdm/kdmrc. I'm assuming your running kdm and not gdm.

answer Jun 9, 2013 by anonymous
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