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This has been an ongoing issue with Cinnamon and to my knowledge this functionality still isn't available out of the box. This thread mentions a program called gDevilspie that supposedly allows you to configure the default window positions. I don't have any experience with it, though.


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There are any number of things that may be the problem. However after going through quite a long research period it turned out that having my VGA cable plugged (VGA was not connected to a powered up machine) into the monitor at the same time as the HDMI cable was preventing me viewing the dual screen set-up properly. So make sure that only one cable is ...


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The DISPLAY environment variable can be used to reach the screens of a multi-desktop system. DISPLAY=:0.1 xfreerdp ... will probably solve your problem. 0.0 would be your first screen, 0.1 is your second.


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After trying out lots of things and descriptions from the internet, I figured out, that the default file manager PCManFm could be the reason. Lubuntu 14.04         |    Lubuntu 15.10 PCManFM 1.2.0     |    PCManFM 1.2.3 In LXDE wiki I found out, that there were major changes ...



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