On Sun, Dec 27, 2009 at 5:13 AM, Alan McKinnon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Saturday 26 December 2009 19:29:10 Xi Shen wrote:
>> my system is gentoo amd64, kde-4.3, my graphic card is nvidia's. i use
>> nvidia-settings to set up my two displayer to work in the tweenview
>> mode. it supposed to have two separate desktop, instead it have a
>> large desktop expand two displayer.
>> on gnome and windows, tweenview always sets up two separate desktop.
>> how can i set this on kde?
> Per the nvidia-driver docs (/usr/share/doc/nvidia-drivers-190.53/README.bz2),
> TwinView is designed to give you one large desktop and there's not much you
> can do about that in KDE.
> See Chap 15 of that same doc for a description of how to configure two
> separate screens.
> alan dot mckinnon at gmail dot com
i found this README file. i do not know why it is not installed on one
of my gentoo server.
i followed the chapter 15 to configure my xorg.conf file. and i made a
very little progress
now, after X started, i only have only one monitor displaying a
desktop. the other monitor is black, however, i can move my mouse to
that monitor. but i cannot move any window to that monitor. when i
move my mouse to that monitor, the mouse is displayed as a "X", looks
like when you run "X -config xorg.conf.new" to test if the X is set up
correctly. i attached my xorg.conf file. i hope you can help me fix