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Old 04-19-2003, 01:31 PM   #1
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Radeon 9000 Multihead display

I have installed the ATI Radeon 9000 Pro. I want to be able to use multiple (2) monitors when running X. Does anyone have experience setting this configuration up? I have no problem setting up two displays with my old Voodoo3 installed and my Radeon. I would rather use my Radeon to power both because it has multiple heads. I have it configured the way it think it should work but the other screen simply duplicates the primary screen. It works fine in Win2k with two screens. If have used both xf86cfg and simply editing the XF86Config file but I am getting no where.

Thanks for the help,



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