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  1. #11

    XF86Config


    stored in /usr/X11R6/bin/XF86Config ... that should be it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jst
    It says that the command is not found, but I'm not using xf86 (I think), I'm used to have xf86, but when I look at the /etc/X11/ dir it looks allot different.. The config is stored in xorg.conf for example..

    Jst.
    Version 10.0 on uses xorg so xorgconfig will configure X IF something is not broken.
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    Have you checked here first?

  3. #13

    XF86Config

    Quote Originally Posted by rong
    Version 10.0 on uses xorg so xorgconfig will configure X IF something is not broken.

    XF86Config is still there .... even with the xorgconf change since v.10.0

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