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Ubuntu user.


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accepted Force gdm login screen to the primary monitor
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answered Force gdm login screen to the primary monitor
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comment Force gdm login screen to the primary monitor
I've tried this, but Gnome3 crashes each time on login in this mode.
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comment Force gdm login screen to the primary monitor
It didn't help. Mouse always appears in the center of union of the screens and center is always on the monitor with higher resolution. Login screen always shows where mouse cursor is.
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comment Force gdm login screen to the primary monitor
I have only one screen defined in the xorg.conf so this doesn't help.
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accepted Is there any known problems with PCI-E based SSD disks?
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comment Is there any known problems with PCI-E based SSD disks?
This answer my question. Thanx.
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comment Is there any known problems with PCI-E based SSD disks?
The question wasn't about SSD in general. I want to know will it work if I'll buy SSD with PCI-E interface.
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revised Is there any known problems with PCI-E based SSD disks?
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asked Is there any known problems with PCI-E based SSD disks?
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comment Force gdm login screen to the primary monitor
Yes, I use Nvidia card in TwinView mode. In this mode every screen is screen 0. So unplugging didn't help.