xorg.conf is gone i OS11.3

I see many have problems with setting up graphic-driver-settings.
I see that there is no xorg.conf anymore in OS11.3

Is this a bug or is it supposed to be like this? Where is gfx-settings stored?

Problem solved!
execute “nvidia-xconfig” in init 3 and it create a new xorg.conf
Boot up back in KDE and configure settings in “nvidia-settings” and now it save the settings in /etc/X11/xorg.conf

Problem solved :slight_smile:

ronnys wrote:
> I see many have problems with setting up graphic-driver-settings.
> I see that there is no xorg.conf anymore in OS11.3

there is normally no xorg.conf file in 11.2 or 11.3

> Where is gfx-settings stored?

no idea! i think the plan was to generate the settings with each
boot…but, i know very very little about all of that…

if you have specific problems with a particular graphics chip, driver,
etc…you might dig some nuggets of help out of:
http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Configuring_graphics_cards

let us know how you get on…


DenverD
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Hi! If you read my last message, you see i’ve solved it. “nivdia-xconfig” create a new xorg.conf (must be run under root) and now it works :slight_smile:

ronnys wrote:
> Hi! If you read my last message, you see i’ve solved it.

i answered you question nine minutes after you asked it, and nine
minutes before you wrote that you solved the problem…

but, you are welcome anyway.


DenverD
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Sorry i didn’t see this!
Well thanks for answering :slight_smile:

I hope my discovery will help others!
The fantastic thing is that i format /(root) but kept /home. I install OS11.3 from scratch and now when i login i got all settings back. Compiz-setings, Firefox and Opera-settings etc. This is impossible on MS-Windows :slight_smile:

ronnys wrote:
> This is impossible on MS-Windows :slight_smile:

there are LOTs of things possible here that you never dreamed of…


DenverD
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