Re: dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xfree86 question
Jimmy Johansson wrote:
I tried to do dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xfree86 yesterday expecting it to
create a new XF86Config-4 file, but it didn't. I moved the old
XF86Config-4 to my /home/<username> directory and ran dpkg-reconfigure
xserver-xfree86. Am I supposed to do something else?
I am asking because I want to try some different settings but I don't
want to do it by hand...
Thank you in advance.
I have always more luck with X -configure
That will create a XF86Config.new in whatever directory you are running in.
I always do it as root, not sure if needed.