Re: Xorg with multiple cards

2008-05-16 Thread Baptiste Grenier
Le 15/05/08 à 18:02, Mike Ginsburg téléscripta :
 A question to all of your xorg experts.

 I'm running FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE-p8 with xorg-7.3.1.  Up until today I was 
 running on an PCIe RV280 (9200 Pro) with a dvi splitter to give me 2 
 monitors.

 Today I added a 2nd PCI card (Radeon 9260) over VGA.  For the life of me I 
 can't seem to configure my xorg.conf to work with the 2nd card and 3rd 
 monitor.  I have attached a tarball with my working xorg.conf, and my 
 attempts at configuring the 2nd card (xorg.conf.broken).

 Any and all help is appreciated.  If you need more information, please feel 
 free to ask and I'll provide it.  Thank you.

Hello,

Here is the revelant parts of the configuration I was using with a PCI-E
Nvidia card for two monitors (DVI+VGA) and a PCI ATI card for the third
monitor:

8-

Section ServerLayout
Identifier Layout0
Screen 0  Screen0 0 0
Screen 1 Screen1 LeftOf Screen0
Screen 2 Screen2 RightOf Screen0
InputDeviceKeyboard0 CoreKeyboard
InputDeviceMouse0 CorePointer
EndSection

Section ServerFlags
Option Xinerama 1
EndSection

Section Monitor
Identifier FP202W 0
VendorName Unknown
ModelName  BenQ FP202W
Option DPMS
EndSection

Section Monitor
Identifier FP202W 1
VendorName Unknown
ModelName  BenQ FP202W
Option DPMS
EndSection

Section Monitor
  Identifier   SyncMaster 730BF
  HorizSync30-81
  VertRefresh  60
  Option   DPMS
EndSection

Section Device
Identifier 7300 0
Driver nvidia
VendorName NVIDIA Corporation
BoardName  GeForce 7300 GS
BusId  PCI:1:0:0
Screen 0
EndSection

Section Device
Identifier 7300 1
Driver nvidia
VendorName NVIDIA Corporation
BoardName  GeForce 7300 GS
BusId  PCI:1:0:0
Screen 1
EndSection

Section Device
  Driver  ati
  Identifier  ATI RageXL
  BusId   PCI:6:17:0
EndSection

Section Screen
Identifier Screen0
Device 7300 0
MonitorFP202W 0
DefaultDepth24
SubSection Display
Depth   24
Modes  1680x1050 1280x1024 1024x768 800x600 640x480
EndSubSection
EndSection

Section Screen
Identifier Screen1
Device 7300 1
MonitorFP202W 1
DefaultDepth24
SubSection Display
Depth   24
Modes  1680x1050 1280x1024 1024x768 800x600 640x480
EndSubSection
EndSection

Section Screen
  Identifier Screen2
  Device ATI RageXL
  MonitorSyncMaster 730BF
  DefaultDepth 24
  SubSection Display
Depth 24
Modes1280x1024 1024x768 800x600 640x480
  EndSubSection
EndSection

8-

I'm not sure, but you could probably do something like this with your two ATI 
cards.

HTH,
Baptiste

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Re: Xorg with multiple cards

2008-05-16 Thread Mike Ginsburg
Thank you for the response Baptiste.  I was under the impression that 
Xinerama no longer worked with xorg 7.3.  I tried setting up my 
xorg.conf both with and without it, and it seems to be having problems 
re-defining a device on the same PCI bus (1:0:0).


I have it so that X will start up, and the dual-head card loads and 2 of 
my screens show, but the 3rd screen is still being difficult. Any other 
input is greatly appreciated.  Thanks.


Baptiste Grenier wrote:

Le 15/05/08 à 18:02, Mike Ginsburg téléscripta :
  

A question to all of your xorg experts.

I'm running FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE-p8 with xorg-7.3.1.  Up until today I was 
running on an PCIe RV280 (9200 Pro) with a dvi splitter to give me 2 
monitors.


Today I added a 2nd PCI card (Radeon 9260) over VGA.  For the life of me I 
can't seem to configure my xorg.conf to work with the 2nd card and 3rd 
monitor.  I have attached a tarball with my working xorg.conf, and my 
attempts at configuring the 2nd card (xorg.conf.broken).


Any and all help is appreciated.  If you need more information, please feel 
free to ask and I'll provide it.  Thank you.



Hello,

Here is the revelant parts of the configuration I was using with a PCI-E
Nvidia card for two monitors (DVI+VGA) and a PCI ATI card for the third
monitor:

8-

Section ServerLayout
Identifier Layout0
Screen 0  Screen0 0 0
Screen 1 Screen1 LeftOf Screen0
Screen 2 Screen2 RightOf Screen0
InputDeviceKeyboard0 CoreKeyboard
InputDeviceMouse0 CorePointer
EndSection

Section ServerFlags
Option Xinerama 1
EndSection

Section Monitor
Identifier FP202W 0
VendorName Unknown
ModelName  BenQ FP202W
Option DPMS
EndSection

Section Monitor
Identifier FP202W 1
VendorName Unknown
ModelName  BenQ FP202W
Option DPMS
EndSection

Section Monitor
  Identifier   SyncMaster 730BF
  HorizSync30-81
  VertRefresh  60
  Option   DPMS
EndSection

Section Device
Identifier 7300 0
Driver nvidia
VendorName NVIDIA Corporation
BoardName  GeForce 7300 GS
BusId  PCI:1:0:0
Screen 0
EndSection

Section Device
Identifier 7300 1
Driver nvidia
VendorName NVIDIA Corporation
BoardName  GeForce 7300 GS
BusId  PCI:1:0:0
Screen 1
EndSection

Section Device
  Driver  ati
  Identifier  ATI RageXL
  BusId   PCI:6:17:0
EndSection

Section Screen
Identifier Screen0
Device 7300 0
MonitorFP202W 0
DefaultDepth24
SubSection Display
Depth   24
Modes  1680x1050 1280x1024 1024x768 800x600 640x480
EndSubSection
EndSection

Section Screen
Identifier Screen1
Device 7300 1
MonitorFP202W 1
DefaultDepth24
SubSection Display
Depth   24
Modes  1680x1050 1280x1024 1024x768 800x600 640x480
EndSubSection
EndSection

Section Screen
  Identifier Screen2
  Device ATI RageXL
  MonitorSyncMaster 730BF
  DefaultDepth 24
  SubSection Display
Depth 24
Modes1280x1024 1024x768 800x600 640x480
  EndSubSection
EndSection

8-

I'm not sure, but you could probably do something like this with your two ATI 
cards.

HTH,
Baptiste

  


Mike Ginsburg
Collaborative Fusion, Inc.
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
412-422-3463 x4015

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