The Xserver is capable of creating its own configuration file.

As root just run: X -configure. The Xserver will then load each driver module, probe for the driver and create a configuration file. The configuration file will be stored in the home directory of the user who started the Xserver (usually /root).

It's called xorg.conf.new so another config file that may exist in this directory will be overwritten.

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