intel driver and dual screen
ssorce at redhat.com
Wed Jan 16 18:11:29 UTC 2008
On Wed, 2008-01-16 at 18:54 +0100, Alberto Milone wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-01-16 at 18:47 +0100, Alberto Milone wrote:
> > The only reason why I would like to make my application run as root is
> > that, as you might already know, sometimes a line such as the following
> > has to be appended to the "Screen" section of the xorg.conf:
> > Virtual 2880 1600
> > It depends on the graphic card but for example if I wanted to set up
> > multiple screens (like xinerama used to do) so as to have my 1600x1200
> > screen to the left of my laptop's monitor (1280x800) I couldn't do it
> > without setting the virtual resolution in my xorg.conf and restarting
> > the Xserver, otherwise xrandr would say that the screen cannot be larger
> > than 1600x1600. URandR should add that line automatically.
> > Of course if you have a better idea I would be glad if you could let me
> > know.
> > P.S. I have an Intel card and, as far as I know, the Intel driver cannot
> > reallocate the frame buffer, therefore whatever size you start with is
> > the maximum the screen can ever become.
> > Alberto
> and another reason why I want URandR to run as root is driver detection
> with this command (at least in Debian/Ubuntu):
> cat /proc/`pidof X`/smaps | grep _drv.so
> as I need to see if either the Intel (modesetting) or the ati driver are
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