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Old 11-16-02, 09:55 AM   #13
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I tried XGGI, but get black screens. Anyone tried using XGGI with a Geforce Twin card and had success?

Do I comment out the twinview option in XF86Config-4?

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Old 11-17-02, 03:23 PM   #14
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Well i think your misunderstanding me

you have to start Xfree86 normally, without a window manager... Then after its running export the correct display information for ggi (read the doc on www.ggi-project.org to see what i mean about display info) and then start multiple times and they will display INSIDE of Xfree86... kind of like Xnest does

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Old 11-18-02, 05:03 PM   #15
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I suppose we are not the only one who wish they could use their NV dualheadcards just like two individual singlehead cards...
Is this support to be programmed in a near future? Would be a good idea, imho.

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