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I just searched the Slackware forum with this exact title. Nothing came up. Is this possible to do? I have an extra monitor and would like to do this. I would need an extra video card. Two questions. Is it ok to have one video card AGP the other PCI? I'm assuming most dual monitor setups are like this since I have not see a MB with 2 AGP slots. I read the stuff for dual monitors in Mandrake and it seemed really easy to setup for X. Anyone here using Slackware that has done this?
Thanks for the reply. I think I'll just go and get a GC and try it. I read a post on here and it didn't sound to hard. I didn't think it would be a distro related question but wanted to make sure.