On 11/5/06, Jamie Bohr <[email protected]> wrote:
After running the command the settings for the second display are gone. Wished I created a backup.--On 11/5/06, Lonni J Friedman < [email protected]> wrote:On 11/5/06, Jamie Bohr < [email protected]> wrote:
> Hello All,
> I put a GeForce2 MX/MX 400 NVidia card in a FC5 system today, a gift from
> from a friend. I am trying to get dual display working and am not having
> any luck. From the articles I've read the card is capable of supporting
> dual displays. I installed the NVidia driver (from NVidia). When X starts
> the second display flickers them stops. I have two HP p1110 displays
> attached. I have attached my xorg.conf file for reference and a screen shot
> of the display settings. If I set the monitor types in "Display Settings" X
> will refuse to start. I can send the error logs if they would be helpful.
> I have googled and tried a few things, none worked.
> I would like to use two displays if I can.
> Thank you for your help,
Redhat's tools are completely unaware of what the nvidia driver can
accomplish. If you want to use two displays, try running as root:
nvidia-xconfig -a --twinview
and then restart X.
L. Friedman [email protected]
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