Hi, guys. I’m moving to Fedora desktop and I’m trying to make my USB-to-VGA/HDMI adapter works. So far, I have installed the driver following this instructions:
Right now, I can see my other screen turned on when using the “./fltest 0” command, but I’ll like to make it work as another display.
Has someone made it work or have any idea what can I do to make the other display appears in the Display configuration window?
Thanks and good to be here!
As written in the README.md:
4. How do I enable extended desktop/mirrored desktop on my X Window?
Currently Fresco Logic does not provide desktop related manipulation. Fresco Logic hopes the community will contribute to this area so that end-users can easily adopt this solution.
So, tough luck I guess. Someone needs to program the driver to be able to support X window extended desktop/mirrored desktop mode. Or if you’re lucky, someone makes some magical software that easily integrates a good number of USB to VGA/HDMI adapters.
OK. Is there a way to learn about making drivers for Fedora? Never had done that before, but it cans be a project to try. I have seen many people asking for it.
Also, is there any USB to VGA driver that works with Fedora? That could be another solution.