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is xorg.conf still needed



I've been running my system for the past week without an xorg.conf file
and it seems to work well

I'm pretty sure that from comments made either on this list or
fedora-test that we are moving in a direction where the norm will be
that no xorg.conf file is needed and therefor won't be created.

I'm having discussions with someone about this at the moment and would
appreciate some clarification on where things are head so that this can
be addressed at their end.[1]

[1] The nvidia service from livna tries to
run /usr/sbin/nvidia-config-display which seems to require a xorg.conf
file in place.  It appears that either (a) livna will need to work
around the absence of this file by creating one (how?), and eventually
(b) that nvidia will need to rewrite their software to recognize that
the file need not exist.


R.
-- 
"It's a fine line between denial and faith.
 It's much better on my side"


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