intel 2.0 driver >2048x2048 without DRI

Alex Deucher alexdeucher at
Thu Jul 19 15:31:15 PDT 2007

On 7/19/07, Chase Douglas <chasedouglas at> wrote:
> m h wrote:
> > I'm using it on my R52 (1400x1050) laptop.  I can do dual screen with
> > by 24 inch (1920x1200) montior as well as cloning.  xrandr makes
> > controlling the output from the command line quite easy.
> When I start X, it defaults to cloning mode at 1600x1200 since that's
> the native resolution of my attached monitor. Then if I try to issue
> "xrandr --output VGA --left-of LVDS --auto", it tells me:
> xrandr: screen cannot be larger than 1600x1600 (desired size 3000x1200)
> If I were to start X without the monitor connected, it would start at
> 1400x1050, and if I try to extend to my second monitor it says the
> screen cannot be larger than 1400x1400.
> Where am I going wrong?

add a virtual line to the relevant display subsection of the screen
section of your config:
Virtual 3000 1200


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