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freakalad
August 9th, 2009, 02:51 AM
The /etc/X11/xorg.conf file is an extremely integral part of the X experience.
Through the years, I (like many others) have made use of various tools to manipulate this file: gnome-display-properties, xrandr, respective NVidia & ATI config tools, dontzap, etc

I've been toying with MultiSeat-X (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MultiseatX) as of late, which I'll have to config by hand, but I was wondering if there was some common tool (other than dpkg-reconfigure), preferably a gnome/gtk GUI (something similar to xorg-options-editor), that can be used for setting some of the other or more esoteric settings of the xorg.conf file

Tools found & used thus far:
* dpkg-reconfigure
* gnome-display-properties
* xrandr
* respective NVidia & ATI config tools
* dontzap
* xorg-options-editor
* ...more to follow

Anyone aware of similar tools that'll do the trick?