I use the -o and -I options, like this:
io-graphics -g1024x768x16 -dldevg-ati_rage128.so -I0 -d0x1002,0x5050;
io-graphics -g1024x768x16 -dldevg-ati_rage128.so -I1 -o1024 -d0x1002,0x5050;
io-graphics -g1024x768x16 -dldevg-ati_rage128.so -I2 -o2048 -d0x1002,0x5050;
io-graphics -g1024x768x16 -dldevg-ati_rage128.so -I3 -o3072 -d0x1002,0x5050;
“Alain Bonnefoy” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
James Carmody a écrit :
I extend the display (although I did try 2 photon sessions, and see the
I currently use 4 ati cards and rage128 under QNX4, with an extended
display, and it works quite well. I have
had success with 3 monitor setups in the past (under QNX4) using VooDoo
(Banshee driver) and
Diamond Stealth cards (forget which driver it was).
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- I have installed the latest version of RTP, and have 4 ati Xpert
cards installed. I can start 2 rage128 drivers no problem, and 2
are active. When I start the 3rd, everything freezes. Any ideas?
out there use more than 2 rage drivers at once?
Do you extend the display or do you run 2 photon sessions?
Try running two Photon session instead, if that doesn’t work
may be it’s a hardware limitation.
2) When will RTP have official multi-monitor support (in
I beleive a generic solution for multi-monitor is a difficult task.
For now QNX has never supported it official, although they
are able to do it via custom reques (thus $$$).
I have no idea what are their plan for the futur.
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I’d like to test it, could you give me some infos please, AFAIR we have
the second driver with an x or Y offset, no?