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Re: Where is xorg.conf?

Dnia Tue, 19 Apr 2011 16:10:02 +0200, Alan McConnell napisał(a):

> This file used to be called XFree-11-86.conf or some such, way back
> when.  In my  'etch' it was xorg.conf and was in /etc/X11.
> I have just installed 'squeeze' and it works great.  But I'd like to
> enable "Emulate3Buttons" on my mouse.   I've looked for xorg.conf in a
> bunch of places.  It isn't in /etc/X11, nor is anything similar there,
> as far as I can tell.
> Has this file been renamed?   how does one configure X11 these days?

What's the matter, does Google hurt? Look here:

By default Debian doesn't have a xorg.conf. But you can create one if you 
like. Better do it automatically the way it's described on the wiki I 
suppose. It will create a file /etc/X11/xorg.conf.


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