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dual display stopped working on fedora 13

Posted on 2010-08-21
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Hi all
for some reason when i was working my 2nd screen stopped working in fedora 13, it is still wokring fine when i boot to windows and it is still working fine when i boot the compute from the Bios, i am still newish to linux but i really need help on this as i am coding in lixux for uni and i need both screen

i have no idea where to start

Thanks
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Question by:awolarczuk
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by:Imran Saeed
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1. which graphic card you are using ATI, nVidia etc ?

2. are you using KDE or Gnome ?

3. Please read this carefully http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/Xorg_RandR_1.2
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Probably there was a kernel upgrade and your video driver does not work any more
depends on your card if you are using NVidia
you could use following package
kmod-nvidia-1:195.36.31.1.fc12.4.x86_64 (31 k) - rpmfusion-nonfree-updates :
This is a meta-package without payload which sole purpose is to require the
nvidia kernel module(s) for the newest kernel.
to make sure you get it together with a new kernel.
wich automaticly updates your driver for the new kernael
rgds
m203hcon
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sorry
forgot to delete the fc12 extension you should use kmod-nvidia package
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