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Configuration instructions 2008/07

Kudos to PCMan for adding detailed instructions on proper xorg.conf troubleshooting, but I'm wondering how necessary it is. If users run hwd -x to generate their configs (instead of Xorg -configure) all of the necessary items are added to xorg.conf automatically, making the bulk of the new information unnecessary.

Is there a reason we don't instruct users to run hwd to generate the xorg.conf files?

--Thayer @ 2008/07/02

If you are sure hwd -x is the best way to do this, then you should change the wiki to recommend this option. I am not sure, since I'm new with linux and so forth.