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Old 10-19-2004, 10:28 AM   #1
chunlee
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output mirror vedio via VGA?


hi there:

i am running Fedora Core2 on a toshiba portege with dual boot. my question is that how would i set it up so that i can use the spare VGA output at th back to give a morrir output of my LCD screen? i tried booting up with a external CRT plugged in and the fedora ended up using that as the displlay instead.

any ideas?

many thanks

yours

CHUN
 
Old 10-19-2004, 10:41 AM   #2
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hi, for got to say that i tried Menu->System Settings->Display->Dual head before and i got a error message at boot up saying that my vedio card is been used or something and not only it did not work, i lost the LCD too;(.

my video card is -> Trident CyberBlade.

thanks

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