nathan at nmecs.com
Sat Sep 21 22:34:08 MDT 2013
Sadly Fedora 19 does not include an xorg.conf at all. Which when I boot Ubuntu
with out any xorg.conf all screens light up and try to work, but I cannot make
them work how I want with xrandr.
I booted off the Fedora 19 disc and generated a new xorg.conf file via
Xorg :1 -configure
in a shell. Sadly, this is not any different than what Ubuntu produces.
Thanks for the thought!
On Saturday, September 21, 2013 10:23:47 PM Andy Bradford wrote:
> Thus said Nathan England on Sat, 21 Sep 2013 15:06:36 -0700:
> > I managed to get it working with a Fedora (KDE) 19 live disc, but
> > after install it no longer works...
> Why don't you boot the Fedora 19 live disc and copy the xorg.conf that
> it generates when it is working (assuming it does actually generate it)?
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