Xorg is a full featured X server that was originally designed for UNIX and UNIX-like operating systems running on Intel x86 hardware. It now runs on a wider range of hardware and OS platforms.

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Touchscreen calibration off for SDL applications?

I have a touchscreen that I've calibrated in X using xinput-calibrator in Debian, but I noticed that some apps still don't seem to respect the calibration values at all. For example, running SCUMMVM ...
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Arch Linux Ran nvidia-xconfig now Xorg won't run [No Devices detected] [on hold]

[ 13.339] (II) systemd-logind: logind integration requires -keeptty and -keeptty was not provided, disabling logind integration [ 13.340] (II) xfree86: Adding drm device (/dev/dri/card1) [ 13....
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Xorg thinks touchpad is exact pointing device

I finally got Xorg working with LXDE, but I have one tiny problem: Xorg thinks my touchpad is an exact pointing device, such as a touchscreen. That is, coordinates on the touchpad are directly related ...
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Display Port Sometimes not being Recognized

I'm running RHEL 7 and having some discrepancies with one of my displays. I have two monitors, both connected to the same NVIDIA Quadro K2000. The main display is connected via DVI, the secondary ...
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Fullscreen programs only update when mouse moves

X11 has been relatively sane on my Arch install until recently. It behaves normally in most programs, but as of maybe a week ago, if anything tries to run fullscreen it will only update when my mouse ...
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Setting a 105 keys keyboard geometry under Xorg

The keyboard geometry on my system is set as "pc104", whilst I would like to set is as "pc105". I have looked into /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d, but I can't see anything related. I am running Debian ...
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Debian keeps hanging, may be graphics driver issue

For the past few days, my Debian install keeps randomly hanging every 5-30 minutes. The screen freezes. Sometimes GDM kicks me back to the login screen after a little while. Other times it just ...
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FreeBSD display resolution under Veertu

I'm trying to set up FreeBSD 10.3 under Veertu. When starting X, the largest resolution I can get is 1280x720 (well, I can select 1280x768, but then I have to scroll). My actual screen is much bigger ...
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Execute command when user interaction is detected ( ex: moving mouse, pressing key )

I am trying to make a bash script to turn down the brightness to lowest when idle for a certain amount of time but reverts back to its previous brightness when it detects user interaction whether it ...
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Arch - Freeze after starting gdm with nvidia driver

I use a Nvidia GTX 980 TI with my arch linux. I use the proprietary driver which I installed via pacman -S nvidia After that I installed gnome3 via pacman -S gnome If I try to start the gdm (just ...
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How to change any window title in Gnome 3.20?

How to change any window title, specially gnome-terminal one's in gnome 3.20 (on debian unstable) ? I'm using Switcher shell extension, which allows to chose window to focus by text search through all ...
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can RandR display two parts of the same screen on one display?

Can I use RandR to display two different parts of the same screen twice, at different offsets, on one display? The desired display is a Head-Mounted Display (HMD) that is normally used for 3D ...
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Render shows as llvmpipe despite Intel integrated graphics [duplicate]

Despite having libgl1-mesa-dri and xserver-xorg-video-intel installed, and having set the Driver to intel in xorg.conf, my renderer string (glxinfo | grep 'renderer string') is still Gallium 0.4 on ...
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How can I run Linux in 256 color

I want to run a Linux distribution in 256 color. Doesn't matter which distribution can do it. I tested Ubuntu 14.04, but it can't run lower than 16 bit. (using /etc/X11/xorg.conf) Which ...
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How can I get both custom compose sequences and Unicode character entry?

Entering raw Unicode characters by first hitting Ctrl+Shift+u and then entering the hex value of a code point to get that character (e.g. 262D for ☭) is quite useful, esp. when you're testing ...
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How can I clone a specific work space to other outputs?

I am using i3-wm with Archlinux, and I nowadays are wandering that: is it possible to clone a specific work space to another output(monitor)? It is different from --same-as as well as --left-of --...
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Driver install neccessary on ThinkPad with two GPUs?

Im not that new to Linux but just used it the last years for server and/or testing most often in VMs. Now Ive just got a new ThinkPad and I want to use debian as a native install. My notebook: Lenovo ...
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How does one change the title of any window in X?

I would like to know if it is possible to put an arbitrary name as window title for any application in X or OpenBox. And if it is, How to do it or just a nice link to some documentation which I have ...
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Generic multiple monitor layout on RHEL/CENTOS 7

By default, RHEL7 seems to think multiple monitors are next to each other. I need to have them vertically spanned instead of horizontal. I found that modifying xorg.conf or xorg.conf.nvidia to set ...
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How can I get my Optimus-addled NVIDIA card to offer output via xrandr?

I have a laptop that is crippled with NVIDIA Optimus. I'm not greatly interested in saving power so I'd be willing to turn on the NVIDIA chip permanently, but my BIOS does not offer that option. ...
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Can I re-direct an existing (entire) gnome-session's display to a remote work station?

So instead of using VNC for example - I could actually run a command on my home-fedora terminal and have my work-fedora existing gnome-session appear at home?
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Ubuntu 16 stop lightdm and start xinit/xterm

I am working with Ubuntu 16. I have been able to stop the desktop environment using: sudo service lightdm stop Now I would like to start, from another terminal in a console environment, the X ...
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Remote headless streaming of GUI from Linux: X says “No protocol specified” before login

The goal: I want to stream video (i.e., to Twitch) of the graphical output of a Java program I'm running on a headless Linux box. I also want to be able to start this up remotely and without a ...
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Hardware accelaration on integrated Intel 5500 graphics and Debian result in unstable system

I have difficulty getting hardware accelaration to work properly with my integrated Intel 5500 graphics even with the use of newer drivers. I'm using a stable version of Debian 8 / Jessie (with the ...
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Improving execution speed of Screen Brightness Script

xrandr --output LVDS-1 --brightness $(bc -l <<<"$(sed 's/Brightness: //' <<<$(xrandr --prop --verbose | grep Brightness)) $(if [ "$1" = "+" ];then echo +;else echo -;fi) 0.1") I ...
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Enable Xorg video output when monitor disconnected at startup

We have up-to-date Debian Jesse boxes configured with Xorg / lightdm / xfce4. They're set up to auto login and run some programs at startup. This normally works just fine. The problem is when there's ...
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How can I run a command if my screen changes state from standby to on and vice versa

I'm running linux mint 17.3. I have a backlight attached to my screens which are controlable via usb-serial. I would like to turn off the backlight automatically when the screens go to standby and ...
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Xorg switch DISPLAY between two users

I run Debian Jessie with GNOME3. I'm in a situation where two users are logged-in: user1 is on :0 and user2 is on :1. I want to swap them to have: user1 on :1 and user2 on :0.
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Desktop manager crashes when launching PyCharm

Ubuntu 14.04, this happens with every kernel older than 4.0.0 Corresponding syslog entries: Apr 30 16:08:37 insanity gnome-session[2268]: Gdk-WARNING: gnome-session: Fatal IO error 11 (Resource ...
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Cinnamon DE - View all global key bindings?

I'm using Cinnamon 2.8.6 on Ubuntu 16.04. How do I identify which process is grabbing a hotkey or combination shortcut? I tried How do I find out what program 'owns' a hotkey?. However, ...
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How can I prevent imwheel from allowing some scrolling events to “pass-through”?

After much troubleshooting, I finally found a way to map Shift+Mouse-wheel to horizontal scroll, using imwheel. The pertinent part in ~/.imwheelrc is as follows. ".*" Shift_L, Up, Button6, 10 Shift_L,...
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Booting Into a TTY with No Graphics?

I'm a little new to this so I apologize if my question is hard to follow. I'm running Arch Linux, systemd as the init system, and I would like to boot into a plain TTY with no graphics. I've tried to ...
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Should suspended application in the background (by ctrl+z) still run or should it stop running?

I run Firefox with command xinit /path/to/firefox/binary and it opens a display with Firefox running on it. Then I push Ctrl +Alt+F1 to go back to console and then I push Ctrl+z to suspend the ...
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Why does `xrandr` say I have 3 HDMI and 3 DP ports while I have only one HDMI and one DP?

This is what xrandr shows on my machine: $ xrandr -q Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 3840 x 1200, maximum 8192 x 8192 VGA1 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) HDMI1 ...
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How to replace the hostname portion with xauth (OLD: How to redirect output of xauth command?)

I would like to generate a new Xauthority file using xauth with another hostname portion and write it to a different file name (as opposed to ~/.Xauthority where the xauth command typically writes to)....
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How can I permanently disable a xinput device?

I have a rogue xinput device due to some OS error that sends key press signals even tough nothing is pressed thereby causing screen flickering and the loss of mouse focus. The device is: xinput list ...
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Launching X11 server as non-root user

I'm trying to launch an x11 session (or is it an xorg session? I'm not sure) from the command line: startx &. I get the following result: X: user not authorized to run the X server, aborting. I ...
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Kubuntu Xorg and Nvidia

Recently I've installed the nvidia-352 drivers on my Laptop (Lenovo T530). It caused some issues so I ended up purging them and deleting the xorg.conf. In BIOS I've set the display to use Intel ...
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Cannot get the resolution I need when using DUMMY Xorg Driver

I am using Lubuntu 16.04. I am trying to set up a "headless" (i.e. no monitor plugged in) server but with a full GUI running that I can access via TeamViewer (I have reasons for this requirement, but ...
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No xorg.conf, is framebufferCompression to off, possible without?

Debian Sid with no xorg.conf. Tried to make it with tutorial which contained two techniques: sudo su - Xorg -confugure OR single user! No go errors upon errors... Don't want to go there if not ...
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How can I make nvidia packages work on Mint 17.3

I'm writing this after days of search and incomprehensions. I already tried asking my question on the Mint forums but I've got no help yet and I prefer asking for more advices, that could lead to a ...
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Use two differents keyboards in FreeBSD, in X env'

So I have bought a laptop and installed FreeBSD on it. I am now trying to finish this all. The laptop has a danish keyboard, but I have also a usb typematrix keyboard with bépo (french dvorak) layout ...
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How can I run a script on resolution change?

I want to run a script when my current resolution changes, right now I have a sleep loop polling xrandr, but I would like to have my script run on some kind of resolution-change event instead. Is it ...
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How can I make windows stay opaque when inactive?

I set Xfce to make all windows semi-transparent when they don’t have mouse focus. How can I set a particular window to remain opaque when inactive? Xfce doesn’t have an option to change settings for ...
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Is there a KeyHold event in Xorg?

I have a new Macbook Pro and I installed Arch Linux on it. One thing I want to be able to do is use the media keys to seek through a track (in mpd) and goto the next or previous track. This is ...
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X configuration location on systems that configure X on the fly at startup

Having not had to muck about with the X configuration in quite a while I've recently found that many Linux current distros no longer use an xorg.conf file (unless it is manually created for whatever ...
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wrapper program to reparent app window w/o window frames

I'm using the Cinnamon desktop environment (on Debian Sid), whose window manager has no option to, let's say so, undecorate an application window. As I see that a number of programs manage to tell ...
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How do I cut internet but connect X server for systemd-nspawned program

I'm setting my Archlinux to run programs on Ubuntu Natty via systemd-nspawn. Currently I start the session with --setenv=DISPLAY=:0 --bind=/dev -a su -l (user) -c xfce4-panel. I'm trying to disable ...
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how can i start xfreerdp on localhost?

I've installed Kali sana on my android tablet -lenovo a5500-hv- using Linux deploy and I use either vnc or xrdp to connect it to my android and have ability to use GUI But they don't support audio and ...
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setting up Xorg input devices without udev

I have udev support in kernel(CONFIG_DEVTMPFS), thus my system does not strictly require udev daemon. Indeed everything works fine without udev daemon with the exception of Xorg (LXDE). LXDE starts ...