I’m newbie to debian (and all the unix systems), so sorry if this question is lame. If you’re tired of boring details, just skip to the bold.
I want to build up a guest computer that will serve as a windows guest work- and videostation connected to the TV (running standard user with windows as virtual machine) and small ftp/http server (just for some of my projects or getting some personal files from anywhere – there shouldn’t be any high load).
I want to put virtual machine under separate user with some autostart magic (so not-so-nerdy users will only have to login and wait) and perform all the administration from vncviewer without interfering with the main screen, so, as i see it, i need to have a system with one real monitor and one virtual, each having separate user desktop on it. If this is possible, how can i achieve this?
SSH isn’t a solution just because of my experience.
Current videocard is shown as nVidia NV44 (GeForce 6200 TurboCache) if this matters, but i’ll replace it with Radeon HD4850 as soon as i upgrade my main computer. Also fast googling told me that this card does support dual head.