__/ [ray] on Saturday 29 October 2005 20:33 \__
> On Sat, 29 Oct 2005 13:40:17 -0400, Adam McCarthy wrote:
>> Ok, I've search Google but can't seem to get the correct results.
>> I have Ubuntu on one of my machines.
>> I have two graphics cards in them, using only one for the main video. I
>> figured for fun and since I never used Dual-Monitors with Linux before
>> to try it. My question is, where in Ubuntu (basically Debian) do I go or
>> start to configure the 2nd video card, especially if I don't currently
>> have every single bit of info I need on the card. I mean I know a couple
>> of places to find it, but xorgcnfg usually finds it but it seems to only
>> find the main one.
> Xinerama howto at tldp.org.
Something along the lines of: (one I currently use)
Screen "Screen1" 0 0
Screen "Screen2" LeftOf "Screen1"
InputDevice "Generic Keyboard"
InputDevice "Configured Mouse"
Hope it helps,
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