Re: XF86Setup trouble
Paul Miller writes:
> For some odd reason I can configure X w/o an existing config file and
> cannot when one exists. I've included the configuration made by XF86Setup
> and the output below after running setup for the second time.
Just for peace of mind, double check that /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/XF86Config is
still a link to /etc/X11/XF86Config. I found that XF86Setup destroys that
link and creates a new replacement file. Since the replacement is in the wrong
directory and the link is destroyed, you will get wierd X configuration
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