Re: xf86config problem
Shawn Lamson wrote:
> On Tue, July 15 at 4:46 PM EDT
> "Jennifer" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I found there is a file called" XF86Config-4", rather than "
>> XF86Config". In this case, what should I do?
>> Your any advice always be highly appreciated.
> XF86Config-4 was named that way for people who wanted to preserve their
> XF86Config v.3 config files when upgrading so they could run either one.
> You can safely copy XF86Config-4 to XF86Config and rerun your setup.
After saving the configuration to XF86Config, you either have to delete
XF86Config-4 or copy XF86Config to XF86Config-4, because XFree 4 will use
the -4 file if it is there and in that case ignore the other one.
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