Yes. I have tried what appears at the end of the driver 1.0-4363 README, Appendix F "Configuring Multiple Screens on One Graphics Card". The (two) mice are tied to one screen and the other screen has no client display, only background. I can overcome some of those problems with the Backstreet Ruby multiple console kernel (see URL from my first post). Now I'll try the multi-instance method and will report the results. Problem is, though, I don't know how to write the definitions in XF86Config-4. How should I define "ConnectedMonitor" in one file and how in the other?
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