Hello. Thank you for this page.
- Could you explain the differences if one uses one video card? Some computers have just one PCI-e slot.
- We (Fiable.biz) use Mandriva Linux 2009 Spring, and there is no ~/.xinitrc .
- What is the equivalent of "twm" to launch kde?
- Where do you launch startx?
--Fiable.biz 11:02, 3 October 2009 (EDT)
- We can use one video card, but it's a more complicated setup. Xephyr is not necessary but I haven't successfully done this in Linux yet. I do know somebody who sells computers configured this way. I think he uses multiple X-servers but they are separate so they can run graphics acceleration and GL extensions, etc. I'd like to investigate this more and if anybody could contribute it would help.
--Shillshocked 20:31, 13 February 2014 (EDT)
- I heard that we can use VirtualGL to do this and since it can run applications with hardware acceleration. Pickfire (talk) 16:23, 24 December 2016 (UTC)
Single card multiseat with Xephyr
The article mentions that is possible to setup multiseat on a single video card with multiple displays using Xephyr. Could someone describe how to do this? I think there would be a lot of people like myself who only have a single videocard with both DVI and HDMI ports. It would be great to be able to set-up the HDMI port as an independent multimedia station connected to a TV.
I'm also interested in sharing a single GPU among multiple seats. Any pointers on how to do this? Is VirtualGL the way to go, or Xephyr, or is there a simpler / more modern / more flexible way? I'd try to do more research myself, it would already help if one could point me (or everyone here) to the right direction. Thanks in advance, LukeLR (talk) 23:56, 20 December 2020 (UTC)