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/etc/X11/xorg.conf doesn't exist? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Where is the X.org config file? How do I configure X there? I'm trying to get my video card properly setup to handle 3D acceleration. After searching a bit, I've come across a ...
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my ubuntu 12.04 has no xorg.conf is that normal? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Where is the X.org config file? How do I configure X there? I have a problem with dual monitor that I posted in bugs here https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+...
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xorg.conf in ubuntu Natty 11.04 [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Where is the X.org config file? How do I configure X there? I am not able to manually configure since I can't find my xorg.conf under /etc/X11/ I read in a forum that it got ...
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where is the xorg.conf file in kubuntu 11.10? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Where is the X.org config file? How do I configure X there? How do I edit the xorg.conf file, when there isnt one in Kubuntu 11.10? I want to alter the video driver, but how ...
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Where is /etc/X11/xorg.conf? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Where is the X.org config file? How do I configure X there? Where is the xorg.conf file in Ubuntu 10.04? I couldn't find it in /etc/X11/xorg.conf
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missing Xorg.conf in Kubuntu 11.04 [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Where is the X.org config file? How do I configure X there? I am new to Kubuntu 11.04 and needs some helps from you guys. I tried to modify Xorg.conf so I can get my logitech ...
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Restore xorg.conf file in Ubuntu 16.04LTS [duplicate]

Checking the content of /etc/X11 dir, I saw that xorg.conf file is missing. Is that normal? I only have xorg.conf.failsafe configuration file with the following lines: Section "Device" ...
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xorg.conf missing? [duplicate]

im using the closed nvidia driver: i think my xorg.config is missing: ls in the directory /etc/X11 shows: app-defaults rgb.txt Xreset Xsession.d cursors ...
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Screen tearing on rotated screen in 14.04 [duplicate]

With up-to-date Intel drivers (HD4000) on Ubuntu 14.04 with Unity, rotating the screen xrandr -o leftbreaks the vsync and induces a lot of tearing (mostly vertical one when dragging a window), I get ...
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50-synaptics.conf options not working

How does Ubuntu come up with the default synaptics settings? I've got Ubuntu Netbook 10.10 installed on an Eeepc 900. Out of the box TapButton2 was set to 3, and TapButton3 was set to 2. I have ...
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How do I set a monitor resolution that is not available in the Display Settings dialog?

I just installed ubuntu 13.04 x64 My resolution is 800x600 and there is no other option. I tried to install the nvidia driver 313 but still nothing. I tried doing this http://www.howopensource.com/...
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How to install Intel 82852/855GM driver?

When I installed Arch Linux, it detected my video card and monitors correctly "out-of-the box". Now I've installed Ubuntu 10.10 "Maverick Meerkat" and it has not. How do I configure Ubuntu to use ...
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How can I *disable* Ctrl+Alt+Backspace?

Building on a question from 2010 (3 years ago) I'm trying to achieve the exact opposite: I want to disable the Ctrl+Alt+← keyboard shortcut to kill the X server. For me, it appears to be disabled in ...
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KVM switch and screen resolution problem

I use 12.04. Till today I use it with an Acer trravelmate4070 and an LG screen in order to expand my desktop. Works great. Till today that I decided to connect my LG screen to a KVM switch in order ...
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Make xinput settings permanent after boot

I am running Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS with the standard gdm3 display manager. I would need to adjust the mouse speed, which I can do with xinput, using the following two commands in my case: xinput set-...
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