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You want to check fakexrandr. Also XNest may occur to be helpful.


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You could try a tiling window manager such as Ratpoison. It's not exactly what you asked, but it achieves what you want.


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I don't know much about uvesafb but I usually use xrandr to use dual monitor. In shell you can type: xrandr This will list all output possibilities. In my case, it shows the following: Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 2732 x 768, maximum 8192 x 8192 eDP1 connected 1366x768+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 256mm x 144mm 1366x768 ...


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The answer is simple: it is not possible with uvesafb as it was not tailored for that purpose. Xorg uses XrandR and recent multiple monitor configurations use Kernel Mode Setting (KMS), which recent video drivers are designed to use as well. You might therefore have better chances with KMS and an Intel 945GME. I have not checked however.


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Debian Jessie now uses systemd and the concept of runlevel should be modified into target units. For starting Jessie in text mode without removing Gnome or LXDE it's then sufficient to modify this symlink as follow : sudo ln -sf /lib/systemd/system/multi-user.target /lib/systemd/system/default.target This action is practiaclly the same of setting a text ...


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The problem occurs after reinstall driver of NVIDIA, with the command sanity (Perform basic sanity tests on an existing NVIDIA driver Installation), nvidia-installer –sanity , I could find the problem, (Error: The installed file *** has a different checksum (###) than when it was installed (###)) To fix it, delete manually these files and reinstall the ...


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run the command xrandr It will give you list of available resolution. Choose any one of them and execute the command xrandr -s <choosen_resolution> e.g. "xrandr -s 1024x768" Though, this command will work till X-session last. This is not reboot persistent. If you want to make permanent changes then you need to modify Xorg configuration file.



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