There is plenty of information on how to do Xrndr on SUSE. SuSE Server 12 is not supported yet by our drivers. What is the purpose of running 2x W9100 and each serving a monitor?
It has been my understanding that there needs to be at least 1 monitor attached to a graphics adaptor for it to work properly... true?
I want to leverage the FP64 performance of the W9100 using openCL.
The workstation is a dual Xeon E5-2637 v4 setup, so one W9100 to support each 4 core CPU.
I'll be running MPC on two such workstations, hence the need for a Linux OS.
Presently I'm running SLES 11 SP3 in a system using dual Nvida graphics adaptors and this has worked fine.
However, as Nvida limits the FP64 performance on their graphics adaptors and you don't, I've decided to change to your W9100 for my new setup
Now, I was betting that it would be easy to mimic my present setup where each graphics adaptor drives a singel monitor which is combined to one single desktop using Xinerama on the newest SLES 12 SP1 (for Xeon E5-2637 v4 support) but if your drives do not work for SLES 12 then I'm a bit stuck.
What abouyt RHEL 7.2?
It is my understanding that because I've chosen the E5-2637 v4 I need either SLES 12 SP1 or RHEL 7.2 ?
Lars P. Nielsen