Startup Scripts and nVidia FSAA
OK, I am running Ubuntu 9 with GNOME and wondering if anyone can help me. I am trying to create a startup script to execute a command related to the nVidia drivers. They are quite poorly designed in that they refer to a config file in the user's home folder that does not load on booting Ubuntu. You have to execute the following command on startup to re-enable any custom settings in the nvidia-settings control panel:
Apparently this goes in the ~/.xinitrc or ~/.xsessions file but neither work even if I make them executable, Cedega still insists on running applications without FSAA. Running the command manually in the terminal works so something is preventing the command from executing. I also tried to put it in /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc but that failed too.
Also I tried making it a script in /etc/init.rd but that failed.
Any ideas? I now have this command spread about in multiple places but Ubuntu refuses to execute the scripts.