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    EnvyNG dual display?


    Hey Guys,

    I posted a thread a few days ago and was sent links to check out how to make dual display's work with one video card (ATI Radeon 9200).

    After reading and researching, I have realised I am way over my head in terms of writing code. So I thought I would try EnvyNG after seeing a tutorial on youtube. The problem Im having is it keeps coming up with "NO_PUBKEY F195D85099C0198F" everytime I try install it.

    Im running Ubuntu 8.10(intrepid)
    Kernel Linux 2.6.27-11-generic
    GNOME 2.23.1

    Hardware
    Intel Pentium 4 CPU 3.00GHZ

    the displays I had running on XP were my 17inch compaq lcd at 1280x1024 and to my 32inch lcd over s-video at 1024x768

    thanks!

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    You just need to import the latest package signing keys. Paste the code below into a terminal window and enter your password when prompted. You can then refresh your sources and try to install again.
    Code:
    gpg --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv F195D85099C0198F05B5
    gpg --export --armor F195D85099C0198F | sudo apt-key add -

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigtomrodney View Post
    You just need to import the latest package signing keys. Paste the code below into a terminal window and enter your password when prompted. You can then refresh your sources and try to install again.
    Code:
    gpg --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv F195D85099C0198F05B5
    gpg --export --armor F195D85099C0198F | sudo apt-key add -
    Hi, thanks for your speedy reply

    I enter the first line of code and this is what I get "trenticles@MediaPC:~$ gpg --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv F195D85099C0198F05B5
    gpg: "F195D85099C0198F05B5" not a key ID: skipping
    trenticles@MediaPC:~$"
    Im not sure where to go from here?

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    Hi,
    Sorry about that, I pasted your key in incorrectly

    I've corrected it below, good luck
    Code:
    gpg --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv F195D85099C0198F
    gpg --export --armor F195D85099C0198F | sudo apt-key add -

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    Now Its installed, not working!? this is frustrating, I got EnvyNG to install thanks to your great advice

    Except now when it gets to the menu it has 2 columns, Compatible and Reccomended. Both have red crosses through it, but I have an ATI Radeon 9200 graphics card that it claims to support...

    Any ideas?

    sorry for being a pain, I do appreciate it

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    I know this is a bit old but how did you go with this issue?

    I've also got a R9200L-SE graphics card I am trying to set up to use Big Screen (spanning the desktop across 2 monitors) and my research has lead me here.

    Did you ever get a working setup with EnvyNG and ATI drivers?

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