Similar problem here too...
I also have an AGP ATI radeon 7000 (with the VGA and DVI outputs) and have had one heck of a time getting it up and running. I'm running both RH FC3 and MDK 10.0, and haven't had luck in either. At this point, I copied the XF86Config file posted here and used it on my PC (tweaked a little to fit my monitor's specs), but instead of getting 2 individual displays, I get a cloned setup where both screens show the same thing. Not exactly what I intended.
So for the sake of curiosity, and to test if I actually had things set up semi-correctly, I went back in and changed one of the monitor's resolutions to 800x600, while leaving the other at 1024x768. Well after restarting X, BOTH still displayed 1024x768, it's as if X isn't even recognizing that I put in that 2nd monitor configuration.
More curiosity overcame me, so I copied back my original XF86Config file, the one I had used with one monitor, and nothing was different. 2 screens with the same display.
Can anyone confirm that the Radeon 7000 does indeed support dual displays? Also, I heard that if your card was capable of supporting dual displays, upon running 'lspci', you should see one listed as 01:00:00 and 01:00:01. I did not see the latter when I ran it. Does the "radeon" driver support multiple monitors off the same card?
dual monitors are not coming up in FC4
I am using FC4 with Radeon 9600 video card.
I want to have two output for which I hav used a VGA monitor and other is CRT type. For CRT monitor i have used S-video cable.
Using GUI I changed the xorg.conf file, and when I restarted the X server the second monittor is not even fired up while the first moinitor works as usual.
Does the Radoen card suppots the dual monitor or else what should I do?
Thanks in advance,