Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 141930
Dual-head capability is not bringing up the second monitor
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:56 EST
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Description of problem:
The situation I intend to describe is the following:
I have two different monitors, each one attaching to a different
Each of them (monitor+card) works for X separately, but they do not
work both together, one by the side of the other.
I will try to describe what I do to see that they both work separately
in the 'steps to reproduce' section. At the same time, I show that
they do not work together (the purpose I am entering this 'bugzilla').
(*) hardware info:
1) A Philips105 monitor attached to a SiS300/305 card
2) A Samsung550v monitor attached to a S3Unichrome 'on-board' card.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
2.swap the monitor0 code fragment to monitor1 and vice-versa
3.swap the videocard0 to 1 and vice-versa
5.change booting videocard in the BIOS setup
6.only one monitor comes up
7.obs: the two of them works separately, swapping 0 to 1 in the xorg.conf
Actual Results: Each of the two (monitor+card) works for X
separately, but they do not work both together, one by the side of the
Expected Results: The dual-head functionality.
I've been doing some research and have seen that it works differently
for laptops, for multihead-videocards (not my case with two cards),
etc. I also read something on it working fine for Fedora Core 2 and
not doing anymore after a FC3 fresh install (as read in bugzilla 140674).
Please report this issue to X.Org, via the X.Org bugzilla, located
at http://bugs.freedesktop.org in the "xorg" component.
Once you have filed your X.Org bug report, if you paste the URL
here, Red Hat will track the issue in the X.Org bugzilla, and will
review any fixes that become available for consideration in future
Fedora Core updates.
Thanks in advance.
Setting status to "NEEDINFO", awaiting upstream bug report URL.
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Setting status to "NOTABUG" due to lack of information.