Hey list,I got a problem with a Gigabyte radeon HD 2600 pro card regarding my multi head setup with . This card has two DVI connectors. The second monitor has the state of being disconnected after startup (xrandr -q). When I disconnect it and reconn..
Since my current monitor appears to be slowly dying, Im looking for a replacement.I generally use hardware replacement as an excuse to get something bigger/better/faster than what I had before, so Im currently considering something like a BenQ GW2765..
With dual monitors, how do I control which monitor will get the greeter display. I would really like to configure the screens as mirrored.Trying to log in when the monitor with the greeter is not visible is ve..
Until recently, I had a 32-bit machine with one monitor running fedora. The later editions of fedora didnt like it, so I switched to CentOS. Now I have two 64-bit machines and two monitors and a CenturyLink router. Also a KVM switch that I have not ta..
Whats the smoothest way to change the monitor on a system?Ive done this before and, aside from the initial cold boot (after unplugging the old monitor and plugging in the new one), it also took restarting X (gnome) several times to get the (new) moni..
HiIs anyone here using NVidia display drivers and a TwinView configuration on their systems? Ive got a bit of an issue with such a setup, which started occurring after a recent driver update: I have a laptop thats normally connected to an external moni..
,I have problem with CentOS 6 64bit, this screen monitor view belowEDAC MC0 : UE row 0, channel-a= 0 channel-b= 1 labels – (Branch= 0 DRAMRAM Bank= 2 RDWR=Write RAS316 CAS=0 FATAL Err=0x4 (> Tmid Thermal event with intelligent throttling disabled ))b..
Ok. I run several linux distros via vmware on top of my windows 7 machine. Currently have an Ubuntu 32-bit 10.4 guest for work. An Ubuntu 11.10 64-bit for misc stuff. Also an OEL 6.2 guest running an oracle database.I just installed CentOS 5.6 32-..
Is your monitor an LED type? It could have dynamic brightness. My tv does the same thing – also annoying. have also seen that feature on an HP monitor with LED backlight. I believe it was a feature one could turn off in the monitors built-in OSD..
Hi.Is anyone here running CentOS 6 with dual monitors configured as a single X Screen?Im trying such a setup on version 5 (again), using NVIDIA TwinView, and it works in many ways, but there are a number of problems that means its not too usabl..