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SubjectRe: Multiple monitors
Wakko Warner wrote:
: I thought of doing something like this but using a matrox g400 or g450 dual
: head card. primary would be for X, secondary would be a console. Not sure
: if that's more difficult or not. Something I'd like to have, however.
:
FWIW, I was able to run my computer in dual-head setup with two
keyboards and two mice (the second kbd and mouse on USB). I have Matrox
G450 as one head, and S3 ViRGE/VX as the second one. I dont use it as a text
console, though. I use it through a gdm login in X. I've followed the
steps at http://139.82.28.40/multiuser/index.html with some minor tweaks.

-Yenya

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