On 01-04-2015 04:11, David Wright wrote:
Yes the the info posted is exactly same and this info belongs to 2.6.32 kernel.Quoting venkat (email@example.com):Primary intent : To control connected HDMI and CRT monitors individually. We use VESA as display driver for connected display(Single display). Now, we are trying to extend and use dual display as said (HDMI and CRT). We configured it using BIOS and see the display output in connected screen (HDMI and CRT). Interestingly, we notice that XRANDR does not reflect any info on connected devices. Is updating kernel the only way to solve this?? or is there some configuration error on my side.Have you tried running Xorg -configure as root, which will write xorg.conf.new into the current directory. That should at least tell you what's being seen by the X server. If what you posted is exactly that, then it doesn't look very hopeful. Cheers, David.
The situation almost concludes that with 2.6.32 kernel is does not support HDMI and CRT configurations
LSPCI info : http://pastebin.com/KKWXkXHH
XORG info : http://pastebin.com/VyU4CDst
However, to understand how multiple monitor works installed a fresh copy of debian 7 (7.8) which uses 3.2.0-4-486 kernel version.
After installing, we noticed that the behavior is still same as debian 6 (2.6.32) . We see that connected display works.
But, Still we notice that XRANDR dost not show info about HDMI ot CRT
Screen 0: minimum 1024 x 768, current 1024 x 768, maximum 1024 x 768
default connected 1024x768+0+0 0mm x 0mm
Although, Xorg.conf has some information on Screen 0 : Card 0 and Screen 1 : card 1
Xorg information : http://pastebin.com/EHVpaV3M
lspci info: http://pastebin.com/zBVesvmS
With this XORG is there some possibility that i can individually control my connected interface. Am i missing some more configurations??
-- Regards Venkat.S