On Saturday 24 February 2007 23:34, Eric Stringer wrote: > I've got FreeBSD 6.2 running with KDE 3.5 with an ATI 9700Pro card. I > have my 37" LCD TV attached to the digital out, and my 17" lcd monitor > attached to the analog out. In the console (not running X) it outputs > the same thing to both TV and monitor, which is fine. However, when I > get into KDE it only outputs to my 17" monitor. I really just want it to > output to the TV, but dual monitors would be nice also. Any advice would > be greatly appreciated. Thanks, > Eric > > Oh yea forgot to post the xorg.xonf file, here it is. Also I have Xorg > 6.9.0.
Start by reading "man 4x radeon" and pay close attention to anything it says about "MergedFB". Decide if there's any reason you don't want to or can't use that feature of the driver. If not, you probably want to go that route to get the performance bonus. Look around on the web for examples. If you don't end up wanting or being able to use MergedFB then you should use Xinerama (X's multi-head software). You'll need to enable it with something like this: Section "ServerFlags" Option "Xinerama" "1" EndSection Then you'll need to add an additional Screen item to your ServerLayout section (and specify the relationship between the two screens), then add additional "Device", "Monitor", and "Screen" sections to the file describing your second display. Again, there should be a lot of documentation and examples out there since (as Ted mentioned) this isn't FreeBSD-specific. JN _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"