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RE: Dual Screens



Hello,

Matrox G450 Dual head AGP/PCI card to drive two displays (not sure on
Linux).
You can configure xfree86 to support two displays by setting the @screen
attribute. 

Regards,
Sivakumar Jayapal

-----Original Message-----
From: xfree86-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:xfree86-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx]On
Behalf Of Harrington, Todd
Sent: Monday, January 09, 2006 7:31 PM
To: xfree86@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject:  Dual Screens


Hi,

We are going to be running RedHat Enterprise v3 or v4 and want to be able to
run two displays with different images on them. One will be a general
purpose X Windowing system with keyboard and mouse and the display will be a
Viewsonic LCD. The second display will run an X windowing system and will be
used to display graphics to a monochrome black/green display. 

Is this dual "independent" display feature part of XFree86 4.x? Or do I need
a special graphics card? Can I use any graphics card to do this? Can I use a
dual headed card to save some PCI slots.

Thanks,
Todd 


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