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Old 9th April 2012, 03:00 PM
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Configure xorg.conf to us onboard graphics card with both vga and dvi outputs

If anyone has a similar situation and would not mind posting their working xorg.conf configurations that would be very helpful.

I am thinking I have the monitor and screen sections setup correctly, now I just need to setup the device section properly as well. Right now I just have one device listed in the "device" section, but I am wondering if I should have two, and each one specifies a different PCI bus-id? Or maybe i have one but specify the two outputs somehow.

Thanks everyone for your help!
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