A laptop typically has either a VGA or HDMI connector as a display port, and some laptops even have both. If you connect a secondary monitor to this laptop, you can easily drag and drop any window from the primary to the secondary monitor and work seamlessly.
This functionality applies to all workspaces as well.
Through Remmina is possible get remote access from a Host laptop to a target laptop - for simplicity it in the same LAN - in peace. The situation is that the target laptop does not have a secondary monitor and the host laptop has a secondary monitor. Therefore:
Host Laptop --- --- --->>> Target Laptop 1 Secondary Remmina 0 Secondary Monitor Monitor
I want need to know if is possible execute a command in the target laptop to cheat the OS to indicate that it has connected a secondary monitor based on the same settings than the one connected in the Host laptop. Of course, there is no a secondary monitor connected in the Target Laptop.
Therefore the “fake” scenario should be the same as if exists two identical displays/monitors and each one is connected to each laptop. Thus in the Host laptop is possible drag and drop any window to the secondary monitor - it without matter if really the Target monitor does not have a real secondary monitor connected.
Is possible accomplish this goal? I need this command being generic or portable, it to be executed in Ubuntu and Fedora.