Well, I’m back with Linux after deciding to keep Blender as my main rendering app but I need some advice from you Linux gurus. I have a 17" CRT Samsung SyncMaster 751df as my primary monitor (it has a high resolution) and a 15" Mitsubishi DiamondPoint NXM56 LCD as my secondary (only supports up to 1024x768) with a ATI Radeon 9600 pro as my video card. The CRT is using the normal monitor imput while the lcd is using the dvi input and I would like to have my desktop span across both monitors. Right now It’s the same desktop, windows, everything going on both with the same low resolution. When I was using windows this worked like a charm having my main monitor at 1240 x 1024 and secondary at 1024x769 but I’m sick of the crappiness of windows at the moment so I’m using Linspire 4.5 now. It’s not the most popular distro out there but the ati radeon has perfect 3d support right from installation no fuss like other distros! So does anybody know how I could go about spanning my desktop across both monitors? Or have two differetn desktops all together since I know linux has multiple desktops? This would REALLY help me out.