multihead / dual input howto (two local users, keyboards etc.)?
Mader, Alexander (N-MSR)
Alexander.Mader at niles.de
Tue Sep 30 00:02:47 PDT 2008
Hugo Vanwoerkom schrieb:
> I run such a 2-seater under Debian Sid. 2 cards/monitors/keyboards/mice/servers. But the recent xorg (1:7.3+10) gives an error message:
perhaps an update would help as the current xorg for sid is 1:7.3+17.
Furthermore I am running a multi seat environment with this server w/o
problems using a PCI- and an AGP-card(*).
> Bus types other than PCI not yet isolable
> command=/usr/bin/X1 :0 -layout X1 -dpi 110 -deferglyphs 16 -isolateDevice \"PCI:1:0:0\" vt7
> command=/usr/bin/X0 :1 -layout X0 -dpi 110 -deferglyphs 16 -isolateDevice \"PCI:0:8:0\" -sharevts
You are obviously referring to PCI devices so I cannot see a reason
other then hard to find violation of syntax ;-) for the server to
complain, but that is perhaps my problem :-)
For a test would you just drop the -isolateDevice statements from the
*dm.conf lines and try the BusID statement in the respective "Device"
sections of your xorg.conf? For instance something like
Have fun & good luck :-) Alexander.
(*)I am using a third, dummy X server to initialise all the stuff but I
don't know whether this is really necessary.
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