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Old 03-16-2004, 08:22 PM   #1
rbeldin
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Question Evo n610c - dual monitor output from Xfree86?


I've got an Compaq EVO 610C running Mandrake 9.2 quite nicely. I've been trying to figure out to get this box to run dual display - both the built-in monitor and an one external. I use this configuration when I run in Windows as sort of Xinerama-like configuration but under Linux I can only get either the internal, the external, or a mirrored copy of each other.

XFree86 with 9.2 Mandrake is at 4.3.8. The card in this box is I believe a mobilty ATI.

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