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Re: [K12OSN] Dual monitors on single client?



I remember getting a cable adapter years ago that just split the
signal between two monitors.  Could it be that simple?

On Apr 8, 2005 9:56 AM, Eric Brown <ericbrown mi-spot com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> 
> I would like to know if anyone has put dual video cards for dual monitors on
> one client, either as a mirrored screen, or extended screen.  I'm not picky.
> 
> In my classroom, I have 20 clients that run great off my server.  I have one
> client hooked to a digital projector, so I can do presentations and show
> kids where programs are, and how they work.  It's kind of a pain because I
> have my back to the screen while I'm using the mouse and keyboard.  It would
> be nice to put another video card and monitor in/on the client so I can look
> at the montior rather than twist around to see the screen.  It would be even
> better if, at times, I could use the client without turning on the
> projector.
> 
> Moving things around so I can use the computer while looking at the screen
> isn't really an option due to very limited space.  I've tried several
> variations on this.
> 
> It'll take some work to dig the computer out of its hole, and then install
> the second video card, so I thought I'd ask the list first.
> 
> Thanks,
> Eric
> 
> Viva la Open Source!
> 
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