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  1. Sorry for duplicate post, I thought it got lost...

    Sorry for duplicate post, I thought it got lost due to some glitch. Please delete this one and one of the two above if possible. Thanks.
  2. Well, there's no framebuffer yet, I need to write...

    Well, there's no framebuffer yet, I need to write one.. More precisely, the following is needed: virtual graphics adapter that looks like a real one to the system (it's possible to drag windows onto...
  3. Well, there's no framebuffer yet, I need to write...

    Well, there's no framebuffer yet, I need to write one.. More precisely, the following is needed: virtual graphics adapter, that looks like real one to the system (so that it's possible to drag...
  4. How to make framebuffer look like a real monitor?

    Is there a way to make X treat Linux framebuffer device (e.g. /dev/fb0 backed by virtual framebuffer) as a real display? Ideally it should appear in system display settings as a configurable monitor....
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