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Re: Disabling mouse taps on Fedora 10 (solved)

David wrote:
Bill Davidsen wrote:

I'm a lot more unhappy with leaving out the ability to do that. If
system-config-display is at least installed the user has the tool, and
doesn't need to install from command line. Not creating xorg.conf is
reasonable, but if it doesn't work and you need xorg.conf you always
need the tool.

from the CLI (since no X)

X -configure

The problem is that there are ten screens of command line options to be understood, and it gets some of its information by probing, rather than user input. Much of the information, such as that needed to use --layout, is in the xorg.conf man page, which makes for a painful process figuring out what options are needed just to generate xorg.conf with the right stanzas to edit.

If there is a way to use bugzilla without X for a browser, I bet fewer
than 1% of all users know what it is. And not everyone has a second
system to use.

I'm not just making a point here, but I think you need an entry in
xorg.conf. I haven't done that since about X11R5 or so, but I think the
option was something like "ViewPort" which was the physical (display)
window size. I could be misremembering, that might be the virtual size,
but it gives you somewhere to look. Do let us know if you find it.

Bill Davidsen <davidsen tmr com>
  "We have more to fear from the bungling of the incompetent than from
the machinations of the wicked."  - from Slashdot

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