Re: What Happen?

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Try xf86cfg - that's the designated successor to
XF86Setup, and, IMHO, it's better. For example, it
lets you set up multihead graphically - cool. On the
downside, it uses twm and xaw. That said, what else
can you be guaranteed to have...

--- Dominic Iadicicco <> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Could Someone tell me what happen to XF86Setup? It
> used to work so well in  I am new to 4.0.2
> and xf86cfg doesnt work for me.  I had to genarate
> the configure file with XFree86 -configure switch. 
> I used to love the gui with XF86Setup.
> Any info would be helpful...
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