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Using Multiple Screens - awesome. People often ask how to configure X to use multiple monitors on awesome IRC channel. So here is a brief document that covers a few different drivers and methods of achieving that on GNU/Linux.
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If you are interested in how to utilize multiple monitors after you have set them up then you can take a look at awesome 3 key bindings (look for ones that deal with screens, you can also do man awesome from a terminal) and if you want to control widgets (such as the system tray) for each screen then you may want to look at the Widgets in awesome page, especially the controlling widgets section. The easiest way is by using XRand. R (X Resize and Rotate) extension which allows dynamic control over our outputs, resolutions, orientation.. X server. But not all drivers support it yet. Ones that do are: intel, ati (Open. Source driver), radeonhd (Open.
Source driver), nv (nvidia 2. D driver) and nouveau (Open.
Source nvidia driver). I will also cover the nvidia driver, as that is probably the most common driver people use, using both Twin. View and Xinerama (which can be used with other drivers too, i. Besides the fact that awesome has: Real multihead support (XRand.
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R, Xinerama or Zaphod mode) with per screen desktops (tags); Awesome is distributed with a sample configuration file (/etc/xdg/awesome/rc. First I will show you a few examples of using xrandr for dynamic and on- the- fly setup and (re)configuration. With the first command we will query our hardware. After checking the output, let's suppose that you have a laptop which panel is LVDS and an external VGA port which we will regard as VGA, we execute.
VGA - -mode 1. 28. LVDS. The above command is straightforward, your VGA monitor is initialised using 1. Right Of your LVDS screen (let's say that LVDS is 1.
The important thing to remember is that you will then have one big screen whose size will then be 2. If the above command failed then you probably didn't take this into account when setting up your xorg.
Virtual size), more about this a few lines below. It happens quite frequently that xrandr can not find the 'best' resolution for your external monitor. Let alone the correct refresh rate.
When this happens, you need to create a modeline (gtf), then add it to the appropriate output. Here are a couple simple commands that would create a new 1.
Hz refresh and attach it to the VGA output. Modeline sed s/Modeline // tr - d '"').
VGA 1. 28. 0x. 80. For other uses of xrandr read the manual page. I will show just one other example, disabling your external display. VGA - -off. Here is a simple script that somewhat simplifies the task of picking the correct refresh rate and then setting up your screens stupid.
Cycling through possible configurationsIt is possible to cycle through different configurations with some key (for example XF8. Display). Here is a snippet of code which uses notification to display the proposed configuration. Each time the key is pressed, another configuration is proposed depending on the active outputs. Once we have proposed all possible configurations, we propose to not change anything. To accept a configuration, the user should not switch to another configuration. Only LVDS1 Only VGA1 LVDS1 + VGA1 VGA1 + LVDS1 No change Only LVDS1 ..
Get active outputs. We need to enumerate all the way to combinate output. We assume. - - we want only an horizontal layout. Find all permutation of length `i`: we take the permutation.
Build available choices. Enabled outputs. for i, o in pairs(choice) do. Disabled outputs. Only < span weight="bold"> ' . Tango/3. 2x. 32/devices/display. Display xrandr notifications from choices.
Stop any previous timer. Build the list of choices.
Select one and display the appropriate notification. Keep the current configuration", "/usr/share/icons/Tango/3.
Important, not all screens may be visible. Free Sans 1. 8". replaces_id = state. Setup the timer. state. XF8. 6Display", xrandr)). Static configurationIf you want to do a static setup for your displays then you could follow the next example. You already have one Section "Monitor" for your first display (and for this example let's say that it's identifier is LCD- Monitor and our VGA will be CRT- Monitor), the first step is to add another one, with settings for your second display (we continue with the VGA example). This is for a static setup of the external display.
Section "Monitor". Identifier "CRT- Monitor". Vendor. Name "FUS". Model. Name "1. 9P4". Horiz. Sync 3. 0- 9.
Vert. Refresh 5. 0- 1. Option "DPMS".
Option "Preferred. Mode" "1. 28. 0x. Option "Right. Of" "LVDS". ##Option "Position" "1. Then in your Section "Device" you do the actual setup. Graphics configuration.
Section "Device". Identifier "intel". Driver "intel". Vendor. Name "Intel Corporation". Board. Name "Mobile GM9. GL9. 60 Integrated Graphics Controller".
VGA display options. Option "monitor- VGA" "CRT- Monitor".
Option "Monitor. Layout" "CRT,LFP". Option "Monitor. Layout" "NONE,CRT+LFP". These are the most basic settings, some other that are worth mentioning are: Check. Lid, Device. Presence and Clone.
You can find all options with explanations listed in the manual page of the intel driver (to read it you can execute: man intel or replace intel with the name of the driver you use). The last step involves setting up your Virtual size as I mentioned earlier. In your Section "Screen" subsection "Display" you need to configure the virtual size of your desktop (usually placed below the Modes line). So, following our earlier examples this is how Section "Screen" would look like. Screen configuration. Section "Screen".
Identifier "LCD Screen". Device "intel". Monitor "LCD- Monitor". Default. Depth 2. Subsection "Display". Depth 2. 4. Modes "1.
View. Port 0 0. Virtual 2. End. Subsection. So, nvidia does not support XRand. R yet. What they did up to this point is use their own technology called Twin. View which in it's simplest configuration is not so great for us in the classic sense, as awesome will see the screen as one big desktop (thus you will not be able to move clients between screens etc. But, I suppose there might be some use cases where this would be the desired behaviour, so I will cover that too.
Then with a little tweaking we could get the same behaviour as usually expected. Our last example will be using Xinerama which will also have the same effect as our earlier examples. Twin. ViewWith Twin. View you will only have one Section "Monitor", for the first display.
Complete setup of the second display is done in Section "Device". The easiest way to do this is with nvidia- settings, and if that doesn't seem to work you can edit your Xorg. So let's see how one such could look like (in this example I am using two identical CRT monitors). Section "Device". Identifier "Card.
Driver "nvidia". Vendor. Name "n. Vidia Corporation". Board. Name "NV3.
Ge. Force FX 5. 50. Option "Connected. Monitor" "CRT- 0, CRT- 1". Option "Ignore. Display. Devices" "TV- 0".
This is the important part. Option "Twin. View" "true". Possible options are: Right- Of, Left- Of, Above, Below, Clone.
Option "Twin. View. Orientation" "Right- Of".
Option "Second. Monitor. Horiz. Sync" "3. Option "Second. Monitor. Vert. Refresh" "5. Metamodes tell us when.
A is using resolution X then monitor B will use resolution Y; second lower A reolution, second lower B resolution.. Option "Meta. Modes" "1. Example when monitor B is using a lower resolution. Option "Meta. Modes" "1.
Now let's see a different example contributed by another user, where he got two displays to behave independantly under awesome using Twin. View. Here we will shuffle the options a bit, delegate them to other sections, but don't let it confuse you. In this example we will be using two identical LCD monitors (referenced as DFP- 0 and DFP- 1).
Section "Monitor". Identifier "Monitor. Horiz. Sync 3. 0- 1. Vert. Refresh 6.
Mode. Line "1. 68. Hsync - Vsync. Section "Monitor".
Identifier "Monitor. Horiz. Sync 3. 0- 1. Vert. Refresh 6. Mode. Line "1. 68. Hsync - Vsync. Section "Device". Identifier "Card.
Driver "nvidia". Vendor. Name "n. Vidia". Board. Name "NVIDIA Ge. Force 7. 80. 0GS".
Option "Allow. DDCCI" "true". Option "Flat. Panel. Properties" "Scaling = aspect- scaled". Option "Rand. RRotation" "true".
Option "Triple. Buffer" "true". Multiple display configuration.
Option "Connected. Monitor" "DFP- 0, DFP- 1". Option "Primary. Monitor" "DFP- 0".
Option "Use. Display. Device" "DFP- 0, DFP- 1". According to their docs, this is what makes the difference.
XFree. 86/Linux- x. README/chapter- 1. Option "Twin. View. Orientation" "DFP- 0 Left. Of DFP- 1". Option "Twin. View. Xinerama. Info. Order" "DFP- 0, DFP- 1".
Section "Screen". Identifier "Screen. Device "Card. 0".
Monitor "Monitor. Default. Depth 2. Subsection "Display". Modes "1. 68. End. Subsection. Option "Meta. Modes" "DFP- 0: 1. DFP- 1: 1. 68. 0x.
Option "Horiz. Sync" "DFP- 0: 3. DFP- 1: 3. 0- 1. 00".
Option "Vert. Refresh" "DFP- 0: 6. DFP- 1: 6. 0". Option "Twin. View" "true". Section "Server. Layout". Identifier "Twin. View Screen". Screen 0 "Screen.
Option "Xinerama" "false". For more information about Twin. View (naming the devices (CRT, DFP, TV..), which pipes can be used at the same time and for everything else) refer to the latest nvidia README file which is distributed with their drivers but can also be read online: http: //www.
XineramaXinerama is an X extension which enables multi- headed X applications and window managers to use two or more physical displays as one large virtual display. Note that you can use Xinerama in the same way with other drivers too (fglrx for example). When using Xinerama we will need to have a section for each Monitor, two Device sections, two Screen sections (each using it's own Device and Monitor) and we will setup orientation of our screens in the main Server. Layout section (where we will also enable Xinerama).