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This is more of just a check, really. Do I start by removing xfree86 with pacman -R, remove the config file for xfree86...pacman for XOrg...install the config for it...config it...and ...
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    Switching From XFree86 to XOrg


    This is more of just a check, really. Do I start by removing xfree86 with pacman -R, remove the config file for xfree86...pacman for XOrg...install the config for it...config it...and that's it?

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    Are you saying I should just keep xfree86 on my system?

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