Thank you, guys!
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> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Bill Merriam
> Sent: Monday, October 15, 2007 3:30 PM
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> Subject: Re: wayOT: 2 displays, 1 box, different output
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> Jon Akers wrote:
> > Arthur Sherman wrote:
> >> 2 displays connected to same box with different output.
> >> As an example:
> >> Assume car PC system;
> >> There are 2 LCD displays instralled into headrests, playing media
> >> file simultaneously on both - usual stuff, VGA hub; There is a LCD
> >> display in front of driver, running GPS Navigator.
> >> Can I physically connect them to same box and have such an effect?
> >> Is this possible at all?
> >> I need to find a solution, even it involves dual VGA card or else.
> >> Your help is highly appreciated.
> >> :)
> >> TIA!
> >> Arthur
> > This shouldn't be an issue, really. What will be
> interesting is if you
> > want two different input locations for the two displays. That would
> > make life a bit more interesting.
> > For the two displays, basically all you need are two
> different video
> > cards in the system. Then you can run two copies of X on the system
> > and have them attach to each video card.
> Nvidia chips support "twin-head", two displays with the same
> or different content. Many cards with those chips have
> multiple display outputs, usually with different connectors
> but somethings with the same.
> X uses :0.0 for the first and :0.1 for the second.
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