On Mon, 26 Oct 1998 17:00:28 +0100, "Schonkeren G.A.C."
>Is there any way I can get Linux to understand that I have two video
>cards with on each of them a monitor attached. I know there are tools
>for this, but they only seem to work with the Hercules / VGA
>combination. I wanna do it the Windows 98 (sorry) style: full colours,
>different resolutions etc....
>I don't have any problems booting or so; it uses by default one of my
>monitors, only the second one...
I asked this a few days ago and Aaron Bredon replied:
I bought MetroX (I think $39) and it is giving me two screens like WinQuote:>Yes, BUT ... XFree86 doesn't currently support 2 monitors -
>you would have to get a commercial X Server - Either Metro-X($40)
>or Accelerated-X Multi-Head (about $200, IIRC).
>Go to their web pages for more information.
>As I recall, Metro-X supports up to 4 monitors on Matrox (only)
>video cards. (Millennium/Millennium II recommended)
98 with 2 x Matrox Millennium ll graphics cards. It's not perfect but
their email technical support is very helpful and prompt and has been
*talking* me through it.