On 6/29/05, Andres Jimenez <gandresin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Talking about dual-head video cards, I want to allow two physicly
> simoultaneous users (two keyboards, two mice and two screens) using
> only ONE dual-head graphic card.
The tricky part would be getting independent keyboards - Linux (I've
also tried it on Solaris and Mac OS X, I suspect it works on most
systems that support USB) works fine with multiple keyboards, but they
aren't independent, the OS effectively sees keypresses on any physical
keyboard as keystrokes on one logical keyboard.
I suggest you set up X Terminals, Google should find several howtos for you.
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