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RE: how to post--configure the Xserver, (XF86Setup or the alike)

Yes, there is something like this on Debian, maybe 'dpkg-reconfigure
but in your case is real not necessary, just save your Sid X86Config
file and replace
it with the knoppix one, or see for the differences with the mouse
configurations and
only change this ones.

Gustavo Halperin
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-----Original Message-----
From: news [mailto:news@sea.gmane.org] On Behalf Of Uwe Brauer
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2004 5:28 PM
To: debian-laptop@lists.debian.org
Subject: how to post--configure the Xserver, (XF86Setup or the alike)


After having installed Knoppix 3.3 on my Laptop, and upgrading to SID,
I   tried to    connect a  cordless    Logitech mouse,   via  the  USB
port. However it is not detected my the Xserver.  When I boot from the
Knoppix CD again, it is  detected, but of course I  don't want to redo
the installation. I  could  try to edit    the X86Config file,   but I
remember from my earlie SuSe days, that there  was a GUI (XF86Setup or
something  like this) which  allows  me a configuration without editing
the XF86Config file.

is there anything like this available, I searched the package dir
without success.


Uwe Brauer

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