Xinerama is an extension to the X Window System that enables X applications and window managers to use two or more physical displays as one large virtual display. When Xinerama is enabled in the X server, multiple X screens can be unified into a single workspace. This unified work area allows ...

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Fix for: Xlib: extension “XINERAMA” missing on display

I am using Xming 6.9 with putty trying to run libreoffice remotely. It works well, but an error line appears in the terminal from where I launch it: Xlib: extension "XINERAMA" missing on display ...
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Xinerama creates a panning viewport

EDIT: I've created a bug report: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=48458 My Setup I have 4 monitors, 1920x1080, which are in portrait mode (rotated left). They are connected to two ...
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Two independent monitors in Dual-Head? Problems

I want to move to Linux but I have a little problem I need to resolve. I have a nvidia card with two monitors. The problem is that the secondary one is kinda crap and need a calibration to make it ...
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In Debian Gnome, windows are maximizing over multiple monitors

This is my screen configuration: +----------------+----------------+ | | | | | | This is X Screen 1 | ...
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Enabling hardware acceleration and Xinerama for multi-monitor/multi-GPU in Linux

My current setup is three monitors connected as follows (monitors listed from left to right): GPU0 (nVidia GTX 280): - Dell 2405FPW (1920x1200) - Dell U2410 (1920x1200) GPU1 (nVidia 210): - ...
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Tri-head linux system with Xmonad: is it possible to have HW acceleration

What means there exists to have three monitors, all controlled by Xmonad and have hardware 3D acceleration as well? I had the pleasure of using three monitors earlier this year, and while Xmonad and ...
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How to vertically split a dual widescreen into four virtual workspaces on ubuntu?

I have dual widescreen setup on Ubuntu using twinview (Nvidia). I would like to split each monitor into two "virtual" screens, so at the end I get four virtual screens. I could arrange my windows ...
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Xinerama causes windows to maximize across both monitors [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: In Debian Gnome, windows are maximizing over multiple monitors After I installed Xinerama whenever I maximize a window it spreads the window across both of my monitors. ...