Dual Monitors

AA asokanon at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 26 20:05:18 UTC 2005

This just gives me two screens that are duplicates of
each other.  I want two screens that are independant,
but can still have windows dragged accross from one
another, not two copies of the same screen.  My
xorg.conf is attached.

--- Luis Murillo <lmurillo at gmx.net> wrote:

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> you have to add the xinerama to the xorg.conf file
> So it should look something like this:
> Section "ServerLayout"
>         Identifier      "Default Layout"
>         Screen          "Screen0" 0 0
>         Screen          "Screen1" RightOf "Screen0"
>         InputDevice     "Generic Keyboard"
>         InputDevice     "Configured Mouse"
>         Option          "Xinerama" "On"
> EndSection

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