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    Ack, it looks like I spoke too soon. I swear that it worked for me ONCE. But now something clobbers my xorg.conf file every time I boot. It deletes everything from it except for the for the ServerFlags section.

    The contents of my xorg.conf file after booting:
    Section "ServerFlags"
    Option "DontZap" "False"

    The contents before booting and the xorg.log files are attached. I didn't see anything obvious in the xorg.log file as to why it should destroy itself every time I boot.
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