2 X-Servers/monitors under 386/ix?
blume at netmbx.UUCP
Wed Jan 31 23:56:11 AEST 1990
first some general info,
one xserver is responsible for one display.
a DISPLAY is a keyboard + mouse + one or more screens.
for example blorp:0.0 is the first screen of the first display
on host blorp. blorp:4.3 would be the fourth display, third screen, etc.
so the support for more screens has to be built into one server.
unfortunately i don't know if the isc servers support radically different
screens. supporting a ega and vga card sounds ok, but a vga and a t8 ?!
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