Xinerama is an extension to the X Window System that enables X applications and window managers to use two or more physical displays as one large virtual display. When Xinerama is enabled in the X server, multiple X screens can be unified into a single workspace. This unified work area allows ...

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Xinerama misbehaving - drags to wrong screen

I am in the midst of setting up a new Debian workstation. Using one AMD HD 7870, I am running 3 screens. It took a little doing to get to the point where all three screens were showing up correctly, ...
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Cursor position, dragging and resizing windows… with multiple monitors

I was finally able to get my four identically sized screens to work together, with three on one graphics card ( GeForce GTX 750 ) and one on a second card ( GeForce GT 730 ) in X11. It was a really ...
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How to setup x11 touchscreen in linux desktop?

I am using opensuse desktop with two screens, top and bottom. Only the bottom screen is touchscreen, which is USB touchscreen. Both monitors are used as a single screen. I tried to configure the touch ...
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Xorg Setting checking from Command Line

How do I determined, whether Xorg is using Xinerama, DDC and Reduced Blanking ?? Just adding few options in Xorg.conf is sufficient ? If I have to check from command-line, then how can I check ...
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Windows don't show up in second monitor Debian ATI proprietary drivers

I've installed Debian 7.8 on my computer, then installed and attempted to configure the drivers. Everything went fine except for the fact that no windows show up on my second monitor at all. I enabled ...
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Can the mouse pointer be made to stop at the edge of a Xinerama screen?

I've got 3 monitors set up with Xinerama (not using XRandR) running GNOME. The monitors don't form a rectangle, and I'm having a problem with the mouse behaviour when I try to move the mouse into an ...
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Need Help With DevilsPie Config

I am new to linux. I am running Xubuntu 14.10. I have a Radeon video card. I have two monitors: The first is a Samsung computer monitor. 1600x1200 resolution currently set to "left" so, the upper ...
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Two monitors work as if they were a single one

I have 3 monitors (1 on an Intel card, 2 on Nvidia). After some magic with xorg.conf they started to work, but the two Nvidia monitors work as if they were a single, wide monitor (any maximized window ...