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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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Did you check if 3d is enabled? glxinfo |egrep -w 'rendering|renderer' If you read something about "raster" or "no",then is not enabled. Even if enabled the opensource driver are good,but there is a lot of work to do to reach at least for old cards the same performance of the nvidia proprietary driver. Is not clear this "OpenGL vendor string: VMware, ...


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To solve this you should use the official Drivers from Nvidia and from the OpenSuSE's Nvidia repo. The easiest way is to go to this link and select the "GeForce 6 and GeForce 7". You are selecting GeForce 6 because of the output of lspci Installing multiple Nvidia drivers can cause issues (I know from personal experience) so if the YUP suggests removing ...


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I finally resolved it. The way is the following: Find "Nvidia X ServerSettings" fix the monitors manually Save to X Configuration file And it works!


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Ah, okay, after many horrid hours of installing and uninstalling drivers, I finally cleaned out my fans with sprays of canned air. Eight little dust bunnies came out and my computer fans now sound normal again. Try this quick fix if you're running into problems before sinking time into software fixes!


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well as for a workaround you can compose a xrandr command, add it to /etc/rc.local ...


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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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