On Fri, Jan 07, 2000 at 11:54:49AM +0000, David Murphy mentioned:
> > It's worked on MetroX for a long, long time too - of course it's
> > commerical, though maybe cheaper than getting a Solaris X86 license.
> > But yeah, Solaris' multiple monitor support kicks ass.
>> Vincent mentions a requirement:
> b) Can those monitors be welded into a seamless desktop?
Oh. Didn't see that. It's just concatenation of screens. But I did like
it when I used it first...five years ago...
> Does MetroX do Xinerama? They don't mention it anywhere, and claim
> X11R6.3 compliance - isn't Xinerama a 6.4 feature?
Nope, but they say it's "planned". Which is a bit crap.
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