Antonio Olivares skrev:
Don't use xorgcfg if you cannot find it/or is not in
Probably sound advice.
You can always do
# Xorg -configure
Then test the configuration, instructions will appear
after you run Xorg -configure. If you are
satisfied/happy with it, copy it back to
/etc/X11/xorg.conf. That will be the normal xorg.conf
generated by xorg tools. xorgcfg was the old way of
doing it, if I am not mistaken.
I did try that, but the Xserver kept aborting for some reason. Didn't
try to figure out why, though. Guess I'll try that road again with a
little more persistence this time.
Thanks for the reply.