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    Dual Monitor help

    Ive just switched to linux, ubuntu 20.04 and im having problems with my setup. So i want to use my acer monitor and a 4k LG tv as a dual monitor setup. but my pc isnt reading them both together. Its only reading one a time. So if i plug in my monitor by itself into the hmdi splitter it shows up...
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    Linux distro that can work with multiple monitors

    Hello everyone. I have been using Linux Mint for a couple of years, and everything was fine until I decided to plug in second monitor, that's when I discovered a lot of severe problems that made me to start thinking about switching back to windows. Here is a list of them: Apps do not remember...
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    pop!-OS display unknown and can't display max resolution

    I have just installed popOS alongside windows 10 on my machine, and for the life of me, I can't figure out how to get my ASUS ROG PG278Q monitor to display its full 2560x1440 resolution at 144Hz refresh rate. I've tried using xrandr in the following way and I get "out of range": xrandr...
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    Dual Monitor problems

    Hey guys, recently I did dual boot with windows 10 and Kali linux (KDE), but my second monitor is not recognized in Kali, the main monitor is connected to the HDMI video card, and the other to the VGA input on the motherboard, I installed the nvidia driver and the main one is working, but the...
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    USB-C and monitor issue in Ubuntu

    Hi, I have Ubuntu installed in a Lenovo P1. I want to connect an external screen. I use an USB-C to HDMI converter, but when I plug in the screen, nothing happens. I am only able to select the laptop monitor. I also tried by connecting it directly via HDMI with no results. If I issue "dmesg"...
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    Dual monitor problem

    I'm doing a fresh installation with a machine with two identical graphics cards and two identical monitors. When I set the resolution of both the monitors to 3440x1440 then one of them goes nuts and doesn't display correctly but the other does display correctly. If I set the resolution of one...
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