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I want to take my gvim (or firefox) window and have it go from the left to right >monitor (or vice versa) without having to use the mouse. A bit late to this discussion, I'm afraid, which I found when trying to do exactly this, but I eventually worked out a no-install no-config solution (for Ubuntu 14:10 at least) Restore the window, if it is ...


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Install this PPA, it will add the patch to Compiz to fix the screen refresh issue often seen on ATI based graphics. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:townsend/compiz-nvidia-refresh-test sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade Source


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The problem got solved by itself after some Ubuntu updates. Currently my xorg.conf file looks like this: Section "ServerLayout" Identifier "layout" Screen 0 "nvidia" Inactive "intel" EndSection Section "Device" Identifier "intel" Driver "intel" BusID "PCI:0@0:2:0" Option "AccelMethod" "SNA" EndSection Section "Screen" ...


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I fixed this for anyone who comes across this issue in the future. Apparently having power to both the integrated and discrete graphics cards was causing each to create a display, resulting in two Built-in displays and mouse flickering. I turned off the intigrated graphics by doing: sudo gedit /etc/rc.local And add the following lines: chown "username" ...


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Go to System Settings > Shortcuts and gestures > Global Keyboard Shortcuts. Select KDE component: KDE Daemon. Edit shortcut for Switch Display. On my laptop the Display button is seen as Meta-P. Hitting that key would switch between internal, external, mirror and extended display.


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As you seem to be having problems that seem to be persistent even with the Linux drivers, There is only one thing left to do: Install the xorg-edgers PPA and disable the NVidia GPU in your BIOS until you see an update for NVidia coming in. Then re-enable it. I'm sorry to be the harbinger of bad news... *I reinstalled all xserver, xorg components and ...


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You didn't do anything wrong. What you're trying to do is "impossible". Both graphics cards have their own discrete memory and you need a shared frame buffer between the two to make this work... The BumbleBee project is doing this for Intel and NVidia cards, but they don't support AMD/ATI cards, so unless you start programming this yourself for AMD, it's ...


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It is not currently possible to configure the launcher in this manner.


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Try gksu amdcccle and change the overscan setting for your monitor. If it doesn't stick after reboot try sudo chmod 444 /etc/ati/amdpcsdb after setting the overscan. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/AMD_Catalyst may be useful.



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