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We can now see the connected monitors – in my case for this example we see Display Port-0 and Display Port-1.
Since we’ll be using a desktop from now on let’s tell Gentoo that.The combination of these three GPUs and a desire for a multi-monitor configuration means that once X is installed it won’t run with a default configuration and extra work is needed.Since there may be some other people with similarly non-standard workstation builds I thought this run-through may help.So today we’re going to be looking at installing X.Org and XFCE4 on Gentoo Linux and then configuring it for basic multi-monitor support with a single GPU that isn’t located at the first location in the PCI bus.The same principle applies in reverse if you have Radeon or Intel at PCI bus ID 1 and want to use Nvidia elsewhere in the system – or if you have drivers for all the cards loaded and want only one specific driver to be used in X. To do this we want to find the PCI address of the card.
The easiest way in my case is to grep for it with: .0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GM206 [Ge Force GTX 960] (rev a1) .0 VGA compatible controller: ASPEED Technology, Inc.
Now time for the one we’ve all been waiting for – the GPU configuration. Rather unhelpfully X’s configuration takes an integer address value whereas the number we got from lspci (81) is hexadecimal.
You want to convert the hexadecimal to integer – just search for “hex to int online tool” in your favourite search engine. With that in mind the configuration file should look like below. It will look ugly as we have no window manager installed so that’s our next task.
Here I’ll be using nano but use your console editor of choice.
We want to remove the existing empty config that has been placed in the config folder.
For those of us using Open RC and neither Gnome or Plasma we just want the desktop configuration “default/linux/amd64/13.0/desktop”.