ATI Catalyst Dualscreen über xorg.conf

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  1. Fu7uR

    Fu7uR Jungspund

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    Ich möchte meinen Linken Monitor als "erweiterten Desktop" nutzen. Leider kann man das nicht über CCC einstellen. Nach ein paar Anleitungen, bin ich auf die Idee gekommen, dass man nur den Eintrag clone ändern muss. Leider habe ich nicht raus gefunden was stat dessen dort stehen muss und ob überhaupt meine Überlegung richtig ist.

    Code:
    Section "Device"
    	Identifier  "Card0"
    	Driver      "fglrx"
    	VendorName  "ATI"
    	BoardName   "All"
    	Option	    "DesktopSetup" "clone"
    	Option	    "EnableMonitor" "crt2,tmds2i"
    	BusID       "1:0:0"
    EndSection
     
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  3. #2 tiefengrund, 14.08.2008
    tiefengrund

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    probier mal
    Code:
    man aticonfig
    
    vielleicht hilft das weiter
     
  4. foexle

    foexle Kaiser

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    Code:
    Section "ServerFlags"	 
        Option "Xinerama" "On"	 
    EndSection	 
    
    Section "Module"	 
        Load "dbe" # Double-Buffering Extension	 
        Load "v4l" # Video for Linux	 
        Load "extmod"	 
        Load "type1"	 
        Load "freetype"	 
        Load "glx"	 
        Load "dri"	 
    EndSection	 
    	 
    ...	 
    Section "Device"	 
        Identifier "device0"	 
        VendorName "ATI"	 
        BoardName "ATI Radeon"	 
        Driver "radeon"	 
        BusID "PCI:1:0:0"	 
        Screen 0	 
    EndSection	 
    	 
    Section "Device"	 
        Identifier "device1"	 
        BoardName "ATI Radeon"	 
        Driver "radeon"	 
        BusID "PCI:1:0:0"
        Screen 1
    EndSection
    
    Section "Monitor"
        Identifier "monitor0"
        Option "DPMS"
    EndSection
    
    Section "Monitor"
        Identifier "monitor1"
        Option "DPMS"
    EndSection
    
    Section "Screen"
        Identifier "Screen0"
        Device "device0"
        Monitor "monitor0"
        DefaultColorDepth 24
        Subsection "Display"
            Depth 24
            Virtual 1280 1024
            Modes    "1280x1024"
        EndSubsection
    EndSection
    
    Section "Screen"
        Identifier "Screen1"
        Device "device1"
        Monitor "monitor1"
        DefaultColorDepth 24
        Subsection "Display"
            Depth 24
            Virtual 1280 1024
            Modes    "1280x1024"
        EndSubsection
    EndSection
    
    Section "ServerLayout"
        Identifier "Multihead layout"
        InputDevice "Keyboard1" "CoreKeyboard"
        InputDevice "Mouse0" "CorePointer"
        Screen  "Screen0" 0 0
        Screen  "Screen1" RightOf "Screen0"
    EndSection
    
    sowas kannst du z.b. verwenden

    gibts ettliche howtows ... und auch ein paar lösungswege
     
  5. daboss

    daboss Keine Macht für niemand!

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  6. Fu7uR

    Fu7uR Jungspund

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    Ich benutze ja schon Clone View und das möchte ich ändern. Ich glaube MergeFB heißt die DualHead art.
     
  7. daboss

    daboss Keine Macht für niemand!

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    Wer hat hier was von "Clone View" gesagt??

    Aber ja, MergedFB ist auch eine Moeglichkeit.
    foexles Xinerama auch, und
    das verlinkte Wiki ebenso...
     
  8. Fu7uR

    Fu7uR Jungspund

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    Ich habe clone einfach mal in MergedFB geändert und es hat funktioniert. Leider auf der falschen Seite, aber das lässt sich bestimmt noch ändern.

    [​IMG]
     
  9. #8 Linthorul, 15.08.2008
    Linthorul

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    Code:
    (sudo) aticonfig --initial=dual-head --force
    bei geschlossenem XServer ausführen
     
  10. Fu7uR

    Fu7uR Jungspund

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    Die Seite hat sich nicht geändert.
     
  11. Gast1

    Gast1 Guest

    Nicht weiter überraschend, der obige Befehl initialisiert eh nur eine passende "default"-Konfiguration falls nicht schon vorhanden.

    Die Orientierung kann ebenfalls über aticonfig eingestellt werden (sofern sich da nichts Grundlegendes in letzter Zeit verändert hat), den genauen Befehl dazu dürfte man mit

    Code:
    aticonfig --help
    finden.

    (Wobei ich allerdings nicht weiß, ob das mit allen DualHead Modi möglich ist.)

    Vor weiteren Versuchen ein Backup der aktuellen xorg.conf anzulegen ist jedenfalls sicher keine schlechte Idee.
     
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  13. #11 Fu7uR, 16.08.2008
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    Fu7uR

    Fu7uR Jungspund

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    aticonfig --help hat mir schon etwas weitergeholfen.
    Ich hab es mal mit
    Code:
    sudo aticonfig --screen-layout=left
    versucht, aber das hat auch nichts geholfen. Die Hilfe zur ATI config werde ich mal zur Verfügung stellen.

    Code:
    Usage: aticonfig [OPTION] ...
    Parses an existing X-Server configuration file and modifies it to operate with                                                              
    ATI products.                                                         
    
    The following command-line options can be invoked as parameters:
    
    ATI Initial Configuration:
      --initial               
            Generate a default ATI device section in the configuration file which                                                               
            is capable of loading the fglrx driver.                       
      --initial=dual-head                                                 
            Same as '--initial' but generate a basic dual head configuration file.                                                              
      --initial=check                                                     
            Identifies if the fglrx driver is present in configuration file.                                                                    
    
    TV Options:
      --tvf, --tv-format-type=STRING
            Change the TV signal format.  STRING can be one of:
               NTSC-M                                          
               NTSC-JPN                                        
               NTSC-N                                          
               PAL-B                                           
               PAL-COMB-N                                      
               PAL-D                                           
               PAL-G                                           
               PAL-H                                           
               PAL-I                                           
               PAL-K                                           
               PAL-K1                                          
               PAL-L                                           
               PAL-M                                           
               PAL-N                                           
               PAL-SECAM-D                                     
               PAL-SECAM-K                                     
               PAL-SECAM-K1                                    
               PAL-SECAM-L                                     
            Note: Not all graphics cards support every mode. Regional 
                  settings are applicable.                            
      --tvs, --tv-standard-type=STRING                                
            Change the TV standard for TV output.  STRING can be one of:
                VIDEO                                                   
                SCART                                                   
                YUV                                                     
     --tv-overscan={on|off}                                             
           Enable or disable overscan mode for TVout                    
           Note, not all tv-formats support overscan. Try to            
           toggle overscan off before changing tv-format if             
           and error occurs.                                            
     --tv-info                                                          
             Print out the current tv geometry, tv format, and if the   
             tv is physically connected.                                
     --tv-geometry=WIDTHxHEIGHT{+|-}X{+|-}Y                             
                  =WIDTHxHEIGHT                                         
             Change the size and position of the TVout display.         
             WIDTH and HEIGHT are in percentage units. Please note      
             that the valid range for WIDTH and HEIGHT depends on       
             the tv-format selected. However, as a rule of thumb        
             WIDTH and HEIGHT are valid in the range [1,100]            
             X and Y are pixels offsets from centre                     
             of the screen. X and Y are have variable ranges dependant  
             on ASIC. Use tv-info to get valid X and Y ranges           
             If tv-geometry is invoked with just width and height       
             then X and Y are assumed to be 0                           
             See example 5 below for a sample usage.                    
    
    FireGL Workstation Board Features:
      --app, --use-app-profile=STRING 
            Change the application profile for a FireGL workstation board.
            STRING can be one of:                                         
                default                                                   
                maya                                                      
                softimage-xsi                                             
                softimage-3d                                              
                houdini4.0                                                
                houdini5.0                                                
                houdini5.5                                                
    Screen-Related Options:                                               
      --ovt, --overlay-type=STRING                                        
            Change the overlay for the X server.  STRING can be one of:   
                opengl                                                    
                Xv                                                        
                disable                                                   
      --ovon, --overlay-on={0|1}                                          
            Choose which head the hardware overlay should be visible on.  The                                                                   
            hardware overlay can be used for either OpenGL, video, pseudo-color                                                                 
            or stereo.                                                    
      --lcd, --lcd-mode=STRING                                            
            Change the LCD mode.  STRING can be one of:                   
                center                                                    
                full                                                      
      --dtop, --desktop-setup=STRING                                      
            Change the desktop setup for multiple display adapters.       
            STRING can be one of:                                         
                single              1 screen, second dark                 
                mirror              2 screens - same content, identical   
                                    refresh rate/resolution               
                                    Note: This option is NOT supported with Avivo                                                               
                clone               2 screens - same content, allows for  
                                    different refresh rates/resolutions   
                horizontal          2 screens - one framebuffer,          
                                    screen 1 right of screen 0            
                horizontal,reverse  2 screens - one framebuffer,          
                                    screen 1 left of screen 0             
                vertical            2 screens - one framebuffer,          
                                    screen 1 above of screen 0            
                vertical,reverse    2 screens - one framebuffer,          
                                    screen 1 below of screen 0            
            Note:  This option is not valid if '--initial=dual-head' is specified.                                                              
      --vs, --sync-vsync={on|off}                                         
            Enable/disable sync buffer swaps with vsync.  Enable this option to                                                                 
            prevent tearing during 3D rendering.                          
      --psc, --pseudo-color={on|off}                                      
            Enable/disable pseudo-color visuals.  Enable this option to get 16-bit                                                              
            color support.                                                
      --resolution=Screen#,W1xH1,W2xH2,W3xH3,...                          
            Set the modes for the specified screen.  You may specify several                                                                    
            resolutions separated by commas.                              
            Screens start at 0.  You can use 1 for dual-head              
      --hsync=Screen#,LOW-HIGH                                            
            Change the horizontal sync range of the specified monitor.  Make sure                                                               
            you know the capabilities of your monitor before changing this option.                                                              
            Screens start at 0.  You can use 1 for dual-head              
      --vrefresh=Screen#,LOW-HIGH                                         
            Change the vertical refresh range of the specified monitor.  Make sure                                                              
            you know the capabilities of your monitor before changing this option.                                                              
            Screens start at 0.  You can use 1 for dual-head              
      --hsync2=LOW-HIGH                                                   
            Change the horizontal sync range of the second display.  Make sure you                                                              
            know the capabilities of your monitor before changing this option.                                                                  
      --vrefresh2=LOW-HIGH                                                
            Change the vertical refresh range of the second display.  Make sure you                                                             
            know the capabilities of your monitor before changing this option.                                                                  
      --mode2=W1xH1,W2XH2,W3xH3,...                                       
            Change the modes for the second display.  You may specify several                                                                   
            resolutions separated by commas.  Only valid for clone and big desktop                                                              
            settings.                                                     
      --screen-layout={left|right|above|below}                            
            Set the secondary screen position for dual head.              
      --screen-overlap=NUM                                                
            Set the screen overlap region in big desktop mode to be NUM pixels.                                                                 
      --force-monitor=STRING[,STRING...]                                  
            Describe all displays that are to be enabled and/or disabled regardless                                                             
            of physical connection.  STRING can be one or more of the following                                                                 
            set, separated by commas:                                     
                crt1                                                      
                crt2                                                      
                lvds                                                      
                tv                                                        
                tmds1                                                     
                tmds2                                                     
                tmds2i                                                    
                nocrt1                                                    
                nocrt2                                                    
                nolvds                                                    
                notv                                                      
                notmds1                                                   
                notmds2                                                   
                notmds2i                                                  
    
    POWERplay Options:
      Following options will not change the config file. 
      These options will be effective immediately. Other options on 
      the same command line will be ignored.                        
      --lsp, --list-powerstates                                     
            Print information about power states and exit.          
      --set-powerstate=NUMBER                                       
            Set a power state listed by --list-powerstates.         
    
    Advanced Options:
      --sync-video={on|off}
            Enable/disable sync to vsync for AVIVO video.
            This option is enabled by default and is used to prevent
            video tearing. By disabling this option video is free to
            render as fast as the 3D engine can handle. In the case of
            choppy video try to disable sync-video.                   
      --tls={on|off}                                                  
            Enable/disable fast thread local storage.  Disable this option when                                                                 
            virtual machines or WineX fail to work properly.              
      --sb, --signal-block={on|off}                                       
            Enable/disable signal blocking.  Disable this option when debugging a                                                               
            multi-threaded OpenGL application.                            
      --locked-userpages={on|off}                                         
            Enable/disable locked user pages. Disable this option if the system                                                                 
            hangs when running fgl_glxgears.                              
            User page lock is no longer available on AGP system now.      
      --gcpu, --generic-cpu={on|off}                                      
            Enable/disable generic CPU.  Use this option if the CPU is being                                                                    
            reported improperly.  For example: If you have an AMD cpu that is                                                                   
            being reported as Intel.                                      
      --max-gart-size=NUMBER                                              
            Set user-defined max GART size for non-AGP systems.           
            Possible integer values are from 64 to 512 (mb).              
    
    Dynamic Display Management Options:
      Following options will not change the config file. They are
      used for querying driver, controller and adaptor information.
      These options will be effective immediately. Other options on 
      the same command line will be ignored.                        
      --enable-monitor=STRING,STRING                                
            Setting current monitor to be enabled. Only 2 displays  
            can be enabled at the same time. Any displays           
            that are not on the list will be disabled.              
            STRING can be one of the following set, separated       
            by commas:                                              
                none                                                
                crt1                                                
                crt2                                                
                lvds                                                
                tv                                                  
                tmds1                                               
                tmds2                                               
                auto   -- use default policy to enable the displays.
      --query-monitor                                               
            This will return connected and enabled monitor information
      --swap-monitor                                                  
            This only works for big desktop setup. This will swap the 
            contents on the two monitors.                             
      --swap-screens={on|off}                                         
            Enable/disable swap heads in dual-head mode.              
            This option works only in dual-head mode.                 
    
    Pair mode options: 
      Following options are used for query add and remove pair modes. 
      These options will be effective immediately. Other options on   
      the same command line will be ignored.                          
      --list-pairmode                                                 
            list all the current existing pair modes the driver can use.
      --add-pairmode=width0xheight0+width1xheight1                      
            Add one pair mode to the list. width0 and height0 are the   
            size of primary display and width1 and height1 for the      
            secondary  display.                                         
      --remove-pairmode=index                                           
            Remove one pair mode from the list. User can get index by   
            list-pairmode.                                              
    
    External Events Daemon Options:
      Following options will not change the config file. They are
      used to send commands to the atieventsd external events daemon.
      --set-policy=STRING                                            
            Sets the event policy for the daemon to be STRING.       
            See the atieventsd(8) manpage for further details.       
    
    Display attribute options:
      Following options are used for query and set adjustment of 
      specific attribute for specific display. These options will be 
      effective immediately. Other options on the same command line  
      will be ignored.                                               
      The DISPLAYTYPE in options can be one of the following strings:
            crt1, lvds, tv, tmds1, crt2, tmds2, cv, tmds2i .         
       The ATTRIBTYPE in options can be one of the following strings:
            brightness, contrast, saturation, hue, positionX,        
            positionY, sizeX, sizeY, overscan, videoStandard         
      --query-dispattrib=DISPLAYTYPE,ATTRIBTYPE                      
            query the specific adjustment info of the specific display.
            if ATTRIBTYPE is not specified, all supported attribute    
            information will be printed out.                           
      --set-dispattrib=DISPLAYTYPE,ATTRIBTYPE:VALUE                    
            set the attribute value of the specific display.           
    
    Connector type options:
      Following options are used for query connector type 
      for specific display. These options will be         
      effective immediately. Other options on the same command line 
      will be ignored.                                              
      The DISPLAYTYPE in options can be one of the following strings:
            crt1, lvds, tv, tmds1, crt2, tmds2, cv, tmds2i .         
       --query-connectortype=DISPLAYTYPE                             
            query the connector type of the specific display.        
    
    Component video dongle options:
      Following options are used for query and set dongles for a 
      component video. These options will be effective immediately.
      Other options on the same command line will be ignored.      
      --query-cvdongle                                             
            query dongle setting informations of the component video.
      --set-cvdongle=VALUE                                           
            set the custom override value of the CV dongle.          
      --reset-cvdongle                                               
            reset the custom override setting(to zero)of the CV dongle.
    
    Component video customized mode options:
      Following options are used for query and set customized mode for
      component video. These options will be effective immediately.   
      Other options on the same command line will be ignored.         
      --query-cvmode                                                  
            query customized modes for component video.               
      --add-cvmode=WIDTH,HEIGHT,FLAGS,BASEWIDTH,BASEDHEIGHT,REFRESH.  
            add a customized mode for component video.                
      --validate-cvmode=WIDTH,HEIGHT,FLAGS,BASEWIDTH,BASEHEIGHT,REFRESH.
            validate a customized mode for component video.             
      --delete-cvmode=INDEX                                             
            delete one customized mode for component video.             
    
    Persistent Configuration Store (PCS) Options:
      Following options will not change the config file. They are
      used to manipulate the PCS database.  Due to their nature, these.
      commands may only be run by the root user. Note that the prefix  
      and key names are not case-sensitive.                            
      --get-pcs-key=PREFIX,KEY                                         
            Prints out the specified prefix and key from the PCS       
            database.  The type of data will be shown along with       
            the contents.                                              
      --set-pcs-val=PREFIX,KEY,VALUE                                   
            Sets an integer value at the specified prefix and key in   
            the PCS database.  The value may be specified in hex by    
            prefixing it with 0x or in octal by prefixing it with 0,   
            otherwise the value is assumed to be in decimal.           
      --set-pcs-str=PREFIX,KEY,STRING                                  
            Sets a string value at the specified prefix and key in     
            the PCS database.                                          
      --set-pcs-raw=PREFIX,KEY,HEXSTRING                               
            Sets a raw binary value at the specified prefix and key in 
            the PCS database.  The value is specified as a series of   
            hex bytes with no 0x or spaces.                            
            (e.g. --set-pcs-raw="TestSection,TestData,E84C0E" sets 3 bytes)                                                                     
      --del-pcs-key=PREFIX,KEY                                            
            Deletes the specified prefix and key from the PCS database.   
    
    Multiple display adapter options:
      Following options are used for querying and setting up multiple
      display adapters that are installed for multihead or Crossfire 
      configurations.                                                
      --lsa, --list-adapters                                         
            Lists all detected and supported display adapters.       
            The default adapter (used when --adapter is not specified)
            will be indicated with a "*" next to it.                  
      --adapter=ADAPTERLIST                                           
            Selects which adapters returned by --list-adapters should 
            be affected by other aticonfig options.  ADAPTERLIST contains
            either a comma-seperated sequence of the index numbers of the
            adapters to be affected or else contains the keyword "all" to
            select all the adapters.  If --adapter is missing, only the  
            default adapter will be affected.                            
      --lscc, --list-crossfire-candidates                                
            Queries the driver to determine the pool of available devices that can                                                              
            can be chained together for CrossFire.                        
      --lsch, --list-crossfire-chains                                     
            Lists the CrossFire chains that are currently defined along with their                                                              
            enabled state                                                 
      --cfa, --add-crossfire-chain                                        
            Defines a new CrossFire chain.  --adapter should contain the adapter                                                                
            chain definition, with the master adapter being the first entry and                                                                 
            the slave adapters being the subsequent entries in order of priority.                                                               
      --cfd, --delete-crossfire-chain                                     
            Delete and existing defined CrossFire chain.  --adapter should list the                                                             
            master adapters of the chains to be deleted.  --adapter=all will delete                                                             
            all chain definitions.                                        
      --cf, --crossfire={on|off}                                          
            Enables/disables CrossFire support on the currently defined CrossFire                                                               
            chains.  --adapter should list the master adapters to be enabled or                                                                 
            disabled.                                                     
    
    Miscellaneous Options:
      -v, --verbose       
            Show what aticonfig is doing.
      -q, --quiet                        
            Disable all information output except for errors.
      --effective={now,startup}                              
            Choose when the requested changes should take effect.
                now:     Immediately.  This change will affect the running X                                                                    
                         session if applicable.  Only 'set-powerstate' and
                         'overlay-on' are applicable for now.             
                startup: On future X server startups.  This change will modify the                                                              
                         X server configuration file if applicable.       
            The default is 'now,startup', i.e., do both as applicable.    
      --nobackup                                                          
            Do not make an automatic backup of the configuration file.    
      -i, --input=FILE                                                    
            Select a FILE to input as the configuration file. Set FILE to '-' to                                                                
            pipe from standard input.  Without this option, aticonfig will search                                                               
            /etc/X11 for the default configuration file.                  
      -o, --output=FILE                                                   
            Select a FILE to output the new configuration file to.  Set FILE to '-'                                                             
            to print to standard output.  Without this option, aticonfig will                                                                   
            replace the input file with the newly generated file.         
      -h, --help                                                          
            Display this help screen.                                     
      -f, --force                                                         
            Only valid with 'initial' option.  Force aticonfig to generate default                                                              
            Monitor, Device, and Screen sections even if the original configuration                                                             
            file has invalid settings in these sections.                  
    
    Examples:
      1. Setting up fglrx for the first time.
           Single head :    aticonfig --initial --input=/etc/X11/xorg.conf
           Dual head   :    aticonfig --initial=dual-head --screen-layout=above                                                                 
                            This command will generate a dual head configuration                                                                
                            file with the second screen located above the first                                                                 
                            screen.                                       
      2. Setting up big desktop to horizontal and set overlay on secondary display.
                            aticonfig --dtop=horizontal --overlay-on=1
      3. Setting up modes for primary display.
                            aticonfig --resolution=0,1600x1200,1280x1024,1024x768
      4. Force primary CRT on and TV-out off.
                            aticonfig --force-monitor=crt1,notv
      5. Change tv geometry
                             aticonfig --tv-geometry=85x90+10-10
             This will set tv to 85% width (where 100% ==
             overscan) 90% height and shift 10 pixels right of centre
             and 10 pixels down of centre.
      6. Multiple display adapters.
           List adapters :  aticonfig --list-adapters
           Init 0 and 2  :  aticonfig --adapter=0,2 --initial
           Init all      :  aticonfig --adapter=all --initial
    
    Please report bugs to http://support.ati.com
    
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    EDIT (autom. Beitragszusammenführung) :
    .

    Meine xorg.conf
     
  14. Fu7uR

    Fu7uR Jungspund

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    Der CCC 8.8 hat jetzt eine bessere Dual Head Unterstützung, damit hab ich meinen Desktop auch wie ich ihn haben will.

    MfG
     
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