xorg.conf to get current “Section ”Device" content
I have the same problem as here: Mouse pointer strange problem. The mouse cursor is corrupted after a reboot, happens quite often.
I understand that I have to disable the hardware cursor and enable the software cursor, but how to do this?
- One way may be to reconfigure the X server, but I don't currently have /etc/xorg.conf
- In order to get that file, I probably have to run X -configure?
- I cannot have X server running when doing that?
How to stop the X server?
- I can't reboot into rescue mode. I'm running Ubuntu on a USB stick (Universal USB installer), and it says "can not find kernel image: rescue".
- There were some instructions how to get the rescue mode working (syslinux.cfg related) but those failed to work.
Any other ideas how to stop the X server and configure the X to get me a xorg.conf file?
Xorg.d conf files?
This sounds like a good bet: Where is the X.org config file? How do I configure X there?
I'm still having trouble to figure out what to put into a file that would define the proper device.