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Multiseat with one card and two Xorg instance

Is it possible to set up a multiseat environment with one graphic card and two Xorg instances? That is, one machine with a monitor/keyboard/mouse for the first Xorg instance and a second monitor/...
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Separate monitors with separate keyboard and mouse input?

So I was wondering if it would be possible using Xfce and without virtual machines to essentially make one computer act as two by having two monitors with different workspaces and separate keyboard ...
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Realize a multiseat system with a polarized 3D-monitor

Besides playing 3D-material, modern 3D-TV-sets (using polarization technology) offer the possibility of dual-play. While 3d-playback works with different polarization for the left and the right eye, ...
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Restrict a user to a specific seat?

I have set up a two-user multi-seat arrangement with loginctl. Is it possible to restrict a user account to a specific seat? Ideally, GDM would only offer the respective account on each seat. I am ...
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Is it possible to let the active virtual term be the only one with audio access?

I'm currently running Fedora 22 and want a setup where Kodi runs on vterm1 while steam runs on vterm2. I have set up two seats using LightDM. I am currently using ALSA in order to let Kodi bitstream ...
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multiseat, is it possible to access virtual terminals on any seat?

My current multiseat config works fine, except for one thing : I cant access virtual terminal on either seat. I think it comes from the fact I launch X through my DM (LightDM) with the -sharevts ...
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How to achieve fast user switching with multiple graphics adapters, prevent virtual terminal switch?

My boxen has two video nVidia graphics adapters which I'd like to assign to separate seats, including virtual terminals. This question most likely isn't display manager specific, but in this case I'm ...