On Sat August 9 2008, Nicolas FRANCOIS wrote:
> The script seems to add a few option (besides installing the driver) to
> the xorg.conf file, in the driver section. I don't remember those
> options, because I'm not on my laptop now.
on the box, you will probably find it saved the old xorg. If you sort them by
time/date ( ls -ltr ) the newest files will be at the bottom of the list.
you can compare them that way. Either reading them, or doing a diff.
> But thank you again, I'm going on vacation with a light heart (don't know
> if you can say that in english ?!?)
> PS1 : one question remains : is this 100% Debian-proof, and what has to be
> done if a new kernel arises in the updates ?
with a new kernel, just rerun sgfxi -c .. I just did it yesterday
> PS2 : and BTW, that's two questions !
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