Hello everyone, I am trying to install wayland I have started to follow this link : [Howto] Use wayland with propietary nvidia drivers
The first thing it tells me is to add modesetting for nvidia drivers I try to follow the arch link and see that I have to add it as a Kernel parameter but I have no clue and or does step 4 already do it for me where it says go to /etc/default/grub is that all I need to do to add Kernel parameters?
* Enable modesetting for nvdia drivers. Follow the [instructions in the Arch wiki ] (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/NVIDIA#DRM_kernel_mode_setting): * Add the modules `nvidia` , `nvidia_modeset` , `nvidia_uvm` and `nvidia_drm` to `/etc/mkinitcpio.conf` and run the command `sudo mkinitcpio -P` * Add the kernel parameter `nvidia-drm.modeset=1` to `/etc/default/grub` and run the command `sudo update-grub`
and the mkinitcpio.conf file there is a models bit should I be adding all the stuff mention in step 4 like so
MODULES=“nvidia nvidia_modeset nvidia_uvm nvidia_drm” is this correct?
I apologize if Im doing something terrible I have been using linux for almost 2 years but I like to keep away from things that could break my system so I tend to stay way from things I dont understand, But I want to try wayland for fun, thank you.