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Dual-head nVidia powered displays on openSuse linux: Simple!

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I installed the new version of openSuse without any problems. On first boot it displayed only on one of the screens, giving a dark off-centre shadow on the other screen - oh fudge I thought.

A quick look on t’internet was no good, as the hard Linux nerds told me to get down and dirty in the X11 configuration files.

Before I even thought about considering this, I checked with nVidia themselves, and they gave me the closed-source Linux drivers.

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