Bodhi Linux is a great piece of software, but certain annoying things must be improved. Today, many people work with more than one monitor. It is terribly annoying to do that with Bodhi. I have not found out a way to make Bodhi automatically start with the correct monitor configuration. Every time I start I have call the configuration file and apply it again. Should it not be possible that the system recognizes the monitor configuration automatically? Ubuntu does without problems.
Depending on what video card you use, this can be easily setup. I personally have run three monitors on Bodhi for years. In my opinion, Linux is great for this due to it's ability to use absolute positioning (in my opinion it does this much better than windoz) - that is, if one monitor is slightly higher/lower than the other, you can assign it to the system in a way that your mouse will move smoothly from one monitor to the next without coming on the screen higher or lower from the previous monitor.
I use Nvidia cards, so I am using their control panel...which is really just editing your xconfig file. Generally, back up your old config (to be safe - change the filename to "xconfigbackup" or something) and then open the Nvidia control panel as sudo. This should allow you to save your config. If not, you may need to chmod the xconfig file while it is being edited.
AMD/ATI I would assume is just as easy as Linux generally supports AMD/ATI natively.
Provide some more details and we should be able to get you setup.
https://askubuntu.co...ns-after-reboot - This should get you started.
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