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Ubuntu Ibex second monitor problem

Derek Martin wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 11:36:56PM -0500, David Kramer wrote:
>> I tried TwinView and Xinerama.  While I liked the feel of being able to
>> move apps from one screen to another, I wasn't able to figure out how to
>> get mythfrontend to appear only on the TV, and with the right
>> dimensions.  It's easy as two separate X screens, because I can tell
>> mythfrontend to automatically set its size to the whole screen, then
>> launch it from the menu on the TV.
> Does it respond to the semi-standard --geometry switch?  Something
> like:
>   $ mythfrontend --geometry 1024x768+0+0
> The +0+0 part should specify that it start in the top left corner at
> the specified resolution...
> Actually I just did a quick search, and it appears that this should
> work. =8^)

OK.  Worth a try.  Thanks.

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