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Gnome 3 with multiple X Screens

Background I'm running Gnome 3 with three separate X Screens using the proprietary NVIDIA driver with Xinerama disabled in xorg.conf. (because Eclipse works better with it disabled) There is only ...
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Get X to ignore specific mouse?

I have a program which needs control of a mouse. I have a specific mouse attached for this, and I would like X to leave it alone. Unfortunately whatever mechanism in X autodetects and configures input ...
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VIA “Chrome 9 HC” graphics card causes blackscreen on CentOS 6.5

I'm using Centos 6.5 (i386, fully updated) and get a black screen, when trying to startx. Debian was able to run a Desktop-Environment on the same machine. My graphics card is: CN896/VN896/P4M900 ...
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Running Mono on CentOS 5 CLI

I have vps server (virtual private server) running on Linux CentOS 5 32 bit , I installed vncserver X-Windows , GNOME and KDE environment and I connect to the VNC server from vncviewer in my Windows 7 ...
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How do I configure CentOS 6.4 to allow normal users to run startx, without installing Gnome/KDE?

I installed CentOS 6.4 x86 from the minimal installation CD into a qemu/kvm virtual machine and installed the basic X server using: yum groupinstall "X Window System" "Fonts" When I run startx as a ...
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CentOS: Avoid that ALT-F4 switches to console

At least every Linux system that I worked with used the convention to switch to the non-graphical consoles by Ctrl-Alt-F1, Ctrl-Alt-F2 and so on. Recently, I installed CentOS 6.3 on a machine. The ...
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CentOS has not DefaultDepth

In CentOS there is no DefaultDepth line in /etc/X11/xorg.conf file to set the default color depth (although you can add this line to it). How does X determines which color depth to use?
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Setting up X server on Centos6 minimal

I'm trying to install Centos6, but as it turned out, DVD I downloaded was just couple Mb too large (CentOS-6.0-i386-bin-DVD.iso) for DVD to carry. So, to save time and don't download DVD again, I ...
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How can I get to a terminal or virtual console when Ctrl-Alt-F2 fails?

When X and GNOME are working normally, I can just hit Ctrl-Alt-F2 to leave GNOME and use the terminal on the second virtual console. To switch back to GNOME, I can just hit Alt-F1. Today, X or GNOME ...
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Force X to use second video card so I can pass through first card to XEN VM?

So I am trying to get X to start on my second (PCI 02.00:00) video card and stop using the main card (PCI 1.00:00). I would like to do this because I want to pass through the PCI 1 card to a XEN HVM ...
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Attach terminal to X desktop running in VM

At home I'm setting up a CentOS 5.5 server that will be running a bunch of KVM VMs. Normally pressing the CTRL-SHIFT-Fn combination on the attached keyboard switches to terminals on the host machine. ...