On 08/17/2015 06:31 PM, Carlos A. Carnero Delgado wrote:
On Sun, Jul 26, 2015 at 10:13 AM, Amit Prahesh <amit.prahesh(a)gmail.com
You are right about that. The closest existing thing, as far as I
know, is an Android device miracasting to a TV. Note, however,
that the remote display is dumb, in the sense that for as long the
remoting session is up, it will do nothing but show the desktop.
So, got any solution for this? I'm also interested...
One of the advantages of Pulse Audio (now that it seems to work!) is the
ability to send two video + audio
paths to different monitors, specifically by an on-board sound chip and
a GeForce video card with sound
sending its video to a local monitor, and video + audio output to a TV
via an HDMI port. (Local sound comes
from the mobo chip.) I too have a TV in different room, and I ran an
HDMI cable thru a short piece of PVC pipe
thru the wall to the TV. You will need a method of preventing the
display from timing out. Lisi recommends
inputting xset -dpms. I haven't tried that yet, as I won't be home until
the end of the week. If that doesn't work,
a mouse jiggler will.