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Old 03-24-2005, 01:10 PM   #1
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X ServerLayout - two 'virtual' desktops


If in an X config file, I have two server layout sections, and a machine with two video cards, two mice, and two keyboards, how would I go about making it so I could have each display show a seperate X session, preferably each session with a different logged in user. Would running startx load only one up automagically? I've heard it can be done, but searching the internet all i find are other people asking similar questions with no answers. I don't yet have all the hardware yet so I cannot just throw it together and try it.

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