I would like to reference my screens using ":0.0" and ":0.1" so that I might better segregate my two desktops' work-and-play flows.
I am interested in being able to specify my apps' initial screens and in having between-screen send-to-ness once opened. I am not interested in straddling or dragging between screens.
I have two natively distinct lcd monitors, and wish to keep them native (and therefore, of distinct resolutions, in both horizontal and vertical extent).
I have a dual-head PCIe graphics card and am using the open-source driver.
How do I make this magic happen? Thanks in advance,
PS and Details
The card is a dual-head ATI Radeon HD 4850, and I have forsaken the proprietary driver since the current amd package has dropped support, and I cannot live on hope alone that my legacy fglrx will continue to be work-around compatible with an X back-port.
I am using the raring dailies, but have a partition available to slap on a clean 12.10 if need be ; or I can wait until raring's official.
I would like separate X screen addresses to allow two separate synergy client instances to mediate the cross-screen behavior of my mouse and keyboard when being controlled by a remote server ; as it stands, the server only recognizes a minimal-horizontal/minimal-vertical region in part of one screen.
It all almost works so well sometimes. And then I blink my eyes.