Where did xorg.conf go?
christopher.rob.jones at cern.ch
Sun Nov 1 11:19:44 UTC 2009
> Recent versions of X.org don't need it as they autodetect
> everything. If
> you need one just create it.
As others have said, Xorg doesn't *need* one any more. You only need
to create one if for some reason the auto-detection of the correct
settings on the fly doesn't work in some way for your hardware.
If you have a real problem and need to tweak the Xorg settings, then
creating the file is fine. On the other hand, if your system was
working fine without one, and you where just curious as to why it was
missing, then I would recommend removing whatever you have created and
let Xorg go back to how it likes to work these days.
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