With classic Gnome, if one had two monitors, one could set up "separate X sessions" for each monitor. In this configuration, each monitor had a separate user login session and application windows ...
I plan to make a presentation with a live demo using my wide screen Ubuntu 12.10 Laptop and a projector. My plan is to connect the projector as a second (small) display and put my slides and live-demo ...
I'm trying to use xvfb as a secondary screen, but I am struggling getting the two screens working together. xvfb does not seem to have the randr extension. So is there another possibility to create a ...