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linux:lxde_dual-monitor_setup [2013/05/13 20:40]
walter [/etc/lxdm/PreLogin]
linux:lxde_dual-monitor_setup [2016/02/15 15:45] (current)
walter
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 +====== LXDE Setup ======
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 +**As of July 2013, this fix seems to be outdated.... Not sure what walter did, but it seems to be fixed without using the lxdm configuration files.**
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 ====== Setup ====== ====== Setup ======
 Workstations with a dual-monitor setup have some issues with deciding which monitor to use as the primary monitor. ​ This will cause some issues with some games, applications,​ and issues with screen alignment. Workstations with a dual-monitor setup have some issues with deciding which monitor to use as the primary monitor. ​ This will cause some issues with some games, applications,​ and issues with screen alignment.
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Please note that this has only been testing ​on the HP workstations running ​Arch, and have not been extensively ​testing ​on single-monitor setups and the like.+Please note that this has only been tested ​on the HP workstations running ​ArchLinux, and have not been extensively ​tested ​on single-monitor setups and the like.
  
 ====== Running at Login ====== ====== Running at Login ======
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 In order to automate this process,​(instead of making users do this themselves) we can put this script in the corresponding LXDM configurations files. ​ The LXDM files are run at specific times during the login and logout process. ​ Appending these commands will automatically setup the dual-monitor layout. In order to automate this process,​(instead of making users do this themselves) we can put this script in the corresponding LXDM configurations files. ​ The LXDM files are run at specific times during the login and logout process. ​ Appending these commands will automatically setup the dual-monitor layout.
  
-The following are copies of the modified LXDM configurations files as of April 27, 2013:+The following are copies of the modified LXDM configurations files as of **May 13, 2013**:
 Note that these settings should not be applied to single-monitor setups, as this may result in unintended results. Note that these settings should not be applied to single-monitor setups, as this may result in unintended results.
  
-==== /​etc/​lxdm/​PreShutdown ====+==== /​etc/​lxdm/​PreShutdown ​| (Executed as root) ====
 <​code>#​!/​bin/​sh <​code>#​!/​bin/​sh
 # #
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-==== /​etc/​lxdm/​PostLogin ====+==== /​etc/​lxdm/​PostLogin ​| (Executed as logged-in user) ====
 <​code>#​!/​bin/​sh <​code>#​!/​bin/​sh
 # #
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-==== /​etc/​lxdm/​PreReboot ====+==== /​etc/​lxdm/​PreReboot ​| (Executed as root) ====
 <​code>#​!/​bin/​sh <​code>#​!/​bin/​sh
 # #
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-==== /​etc/​lxdm/​PostLogout ====+==== /​etc/​lxdm/​PostLogout ​(Executed as logged-in user) ====
 <​code>#​!/​bin/​sh <​code>#​!/​bin/​sh
 # #
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-==== /​etc/​lxdm/​PreLogin ====+==== /​etc/​lxdm/​PreLogin ​| (Executed as root) ====
 <​code>#​!/​bin/​sh <​code>#​!/​bin/​sh
 # #
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-==== /​etc/​lxdm/​LoginReady ====+==== /​etc/​lxdm/​LoginReady ​| (Executed as root) ====
 <​code>#​!/​bin/​sh <​code>#​!/​bin/​sh
 # #
linux/lxde_dual-monitor_setup.1368495649.txt.gz · Last modified: 2013/05/13 20:40 by walter