mrmazda at earthlink.net
Sun May 25 09:04:00 PDT 2014
On 2014-05-25 12:03 (GMT+0200) Thomas Lübking composed:
> Felix Miata wrote:
>> If you use KDE and upgrade to a version newer than 4.10.5 you may find it
>> easier to use the KDE display configuration tool instead of xorg.conf,
>> because KDE will want to ignore xorg.conf anyway in newer versions.
> Not sure, but
I wrote what I wrote because of what Àlex Fiestas wrote at the end of
because of as yet unfixed https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=317929 which
taken together suggested a fix in the form of kscreen-1.1 would be
forthcoming late last summer. Yet, kscreen has only reached 1.07x or so some
3/4 year later, and KDE versions since 4.10.5 and krandr replacement by
kscreen remain prone to disregard xorg.conf display configuration settings.
>> On 2014-05-25 02:56 (GMT) cqin98 at yahoo.com composed:
>>> We wanted to display a different application GUI on each monitor.
> that sounds as if she was after a zaphod setup (to run KDE on one and GNOME on the other head, or just different user sessions)
I do different simultaneous user sessions with different display
configurations, and often find after the prerequisite kdedrc setting to have
has been set that it has been undone by a version update/upgrade and I have
to log out of KDE and either reset it false or restore the whole thing after
finding both lines missing from kdedrc.
The OP was rather brief. Maybe
http://www.x.org/wiki/Development/Documentation/Multiseat/ is where the OP
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