# Run VM in headless mode
VBoxHeadless -s BOX &
# Set Video size
VBoxManage controlvm BOX setvideomodehint 1280 975 32 0
# Wait for 20 seconds
# Run first screen
rdesktop -d @1 -D -T screen1 -k ja localhost &
# Run second screen
rdesktop -d @2 -D -T screen2 -k ja localhost &
#Run devilspie to position screens
(is (application_name) "screen1")
(is (application_name) "screen2")
Why not, you can rdp from the Host and move the screen elsewhere.
I am not sure you can do that HolgerB as it is my understanding that the mouse cursor input is taken from the RDP client (rdesktop in this case) window and will simply stop at the edge of the 17" screen when you try to drag it over to the 15" screen.
HolgerB wrote:or have to find a cheap dual head KVM. Those things are really expensive. Esp. the more "modern" one with dual DVI and USB.
If the 2 displays are connected to 1 machine with 2 video cards then what gets displayed where is a Host OS issue, not a VBox issue.
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