This is my xorg.conf-file for single-head setup (only the display of the flybook).
This is my xorg.conf-file for dual-head setup (display of the flybook and another independent external display).
This is my XF86Config-4-file for single-head setup (only the display of the flybook).
This is my XF86Config-4-file for dual-head setup (display of the flybook and another independent external display).
The TV-out should be configurable with the program
Unfortunately it doesn't work with the chipset in the flybook.
I discovered a program called radeontool. With this you can control the backlight, the different video outputs (I didn't have the time to test the TV-out yet) and change virtual resolutions on-the-fly.
With kernel 2.6 both axes of the 'mouse' are inverted, so you need these lines
in you XF86Config-4:
Option "InvX" "true"
Option "InvY" "true"
To activate xinerama extensions you have to uncomment the line
Option "Xinerama" "on"
in the file
The XRandR extensions are automatically activated when starting the
Unfortunately they only let you change the screen resolution on-the-fly with a program called
xrandr (disabling xfree86-dga is NOT necessary, as
mentioned in other documents), rotation and reflection of the screen do not
DRI with the radeon-driver only works in singlehead mode.
There is a module
radeon.o in the kernel and a module
radeon_dri.so for XFree86 to get 2D/3D acceleration.
The PAN-Button can be used as the middle mouse button.