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Please realize this problem has nothing to do with xinitrc, or your XOrg Setup. I stand by my statement that you can: Either freeze the NVIDIA driver at 3.11.x, as this is the last driver to support the 2.6 series kernel, or: Update the kernel in your environment to at least 3.11. See justification below. This entry is in my changelog: 05 Sep ...
Make sure you have your correct driver defined in: /etc/X11/xorg.conf Driver "Your Driver"
Add the following after your GRUB_GFXMODE line in /etc/default/grub: GRUB_GFXPAYLOAD_LINUX=keep
Finally I got it working for both screens. I didnt read the xorg log carefully enough. Noveau was being loaded along with nvidia and intel drivers. And it might be that the priority for noveau was higher. I did a complete uninstall of noveau and didnt install any driver apart form nvidia-340. That makes ubuntu graphics stable. sudo apt-get purge ...
Hi unfortunately in linux you can only use one driver at a time, as its loaded from the kernel (when using kms) and loaded using modules compiled for the running kernel. I see you trying to load both Intel and NVIDIA(nouveau) drivers at the same time. which will not work. For the two displays to work at the same time you have to use either vesa or fbdev ...
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