Subject: Re: dual head video cards
To: None <>
From: Thomas Michael Wanka <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 01/30/2001 01:40:28

I remember a commercial solution that put about 4 
VGA/keayboard/serial ports on a single ISA card with dumb boxes 
as terminals (that was some years ago).

For your solution, you will need some amplification system for at 
least the VGA signals (specially for high resolutions).


On 29 Jan 2001, at 20:54, wrote:

> how does it work - is it possible to have separate vga devices and
> separate X-servers started on it.
> i'm thinking about cheap (but effective) terminal system for
> home/small office.
> one PeeCee, many video cards (one AGP, up to 4-5 PCI) with one or two
> monitor output, USB, long monitor cables (standard ISB is up to 5m,
> shouldn't be problem to make custom 15-20m , same with monitors), many
> USB keyboards and mice.