Is it possible to extended the display, not a mirror, from a single headed graphics card?
Is it possible to extended the display, not a mirror, from a single
headed graphics card? (seems to be possible)
I don't want to use Xdmx for this. What i want is that i would like to
access the extended display area.
Xinerama may be solution for this because it is supporting extended
display(spanning the display) with multi head graphics card.
Plz suggest me a solution.
Thanks in advance,
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