multiseat, -sharevts, and suspend/hibernate
tiago.vignatti at nokia.com
Wed Jul 29 02:22:44 PDT 2009
On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 09:56:11PM +0200, Arun Mittal wrote:
> It seems like i am doing the same thing which you are trying to do.
> What did was, i started another X server. so now i have two X servers sharing the Virtual terminal. I have 2 screens, 2 mouse, 2 graphics card of different manufacturer and one keyboard.
> I created 2 different xorg.conf for different graphics card with different resources allocated. when i boot the system up by default OS takes one xorg..conf and run one x server on one graphics card.
> Now when i start second X server i pass second xorg.conf as parameter in startx which results in running x server on second screen. I can see them simultaneously but the second X server now has control of second mouse, which was expected but first X server has lost the control of first mouse rather i would say that the first X server is freezed and i can not do any thing in the first screen.
If you're not able to start any application on the first X server then it's
likely an issue with video drivers (e.g. VGA routing). Otherwise, seems that
you're not assigning the right devices to X servers. Make sure you're using
evdev driver (assuming you're under Linux).
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