Re: xorg not installing - Fixed!
On Sunday 12 November 2006 06:55, Florian Kulzer wrote:
> > What exactly is the difference between discover and discover1? I'm
> > curious why one would die and the other not.
> For some time I thought that discover1 was optimized for 2.6 kernels.
> That is not true, however:
> Now I have simply filed the discover/discover1 business under "If one
> does not work try the other; if both do not work remove them."
Huh. That's the problem with evolutionary systems this large. Cruft like
that stays around and never quite goes away. Ah well. One of these days
I'll probably remove them both.
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