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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Escape on Control key, Control on Capslock key, Capslock on Escape key

I'm looking for a method that works in both X and the console with console-setup (e.g. xkboptions, no X-exclusive methods like xmodmap). With XKBoptions, combining ctrl:swapcaps and caps:swapescape ...
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Deactivate key events from mouse side-buttons

I'm having a similar problem to this question - I run Linux with an Apple Mouse connected which has these horrible side buttons which I press accidentally all the time. Among other things, it has ...
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X randomly restarts

I am experiencing random logouts from KDE. While I am working, without doing something specific, LightDM's login screen appears and I have to login again. LightDM log shows: [+265750.73s] DEBUG: ...
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XRandR crops displayed area on certain multi-monitor configurations

I have total of four monitors. One (1680x1050) is connected to integrated Intel display adapter, and three (1440x900 and two 1920x1080) are connected to dedicated ATI display adapter. With certain ...
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Changed to Nvidia xorg driver - now I have less temperature sensors?

I've just installed Debian Wheezy 7.5 on a Toshiba Satellite P100 laptop. By default, X was using the nouveau graphics driver. While this was still installed, I was getting 6 different temperature ...
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Xorg display issue in a newly installed RHEL6 machine

I installed RHEL6 in a pretty old machine. The installation went perfectly fine and after installation, I did the below steps. Registered the machine with the satellite. Ran the yum update ...
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Is replacing a driver file enough for X servers even if the files are dynamically linked?

I was installing a new RHEL6 machine. The machine previously had Ubuntu 8.10 and most of the drivers were outdated. Problem After the installation steps, I restarted the machine. Everything was fine ...
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Script to gracefully kill X server and drop to tty?

I use the terminal to do the majority of my day-to-day computing, so I have the default runlevel set to 3 in /etc/inittab and I only start the X server when I need to. I currently have the following ...
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Lubuntu display resolution + VirtualBox

Running the most recent Lubuntu 14.04 as a live OS inside virtual box works without any problemes at 1024 x 768 pixels screen resolution. But when I install it, Lubuntu has a low resolution of 620 x ...
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ElementaryOS Gala using more than 100% CPU constantly

I am using ElementaryOS with the default Drivers and my Gala process is constantly using tons of CPU (sometimes more than 200%). I have looked everywhere but couldnt find a solution. I tried to ...
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minimal X.org xserver installation on Debian Wheezy

I installed Debian Wheezy with no desktop environment as I would like to use lightweight dwm window manager instead. However, as a first step, I need to install xserver. I would like to install ...
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DisplayLink monitor alongside Intel

I have a USB DisplayLink device that I've been able to get working with a custom Xorg configuration file. I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 amd64 with the X server from saucy as a result of installing the ...
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Due to a broken monitor, I need to setup only the right half of my screen

The left side of my full hd monitor is broken, in order to use only the good part the resolution needs to be 1274x1080, aligned to the right. A simple xrandr -s 1274x1080 will get the right ...
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Graphical glitch with multiple Linux distros

I have been trying to install a Linux distro on my laptop (HP DV6) for quite some time now. I have tried Ubuntu and Crunchbang but they both have the same issue... It looks to be a graphical glitch ...
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bbswitch & bumblebee, card starting one every two call

I'm trying to set up bumblebee for using my Nvidia card (GT 750M) for running opengl 4 applications. I installed intel-dri, xf86-video-intel, nvidia, bumblebee and bbswitch. I set up ...
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Can I use two sets of I/O devices for two user sessions on one computer?

I want to connect a second monitor, keyboard and mouse to my PC (running Ubuntu) and let somebody else (e.g. my son) use the a different TTY while I am working. I know I can switch between TTYs using ...
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Debian stable dual monitor problem

I installed Debian wheezy with XFCE 4.8 on my new laptop, updated the kernel to 3.13 from backports. When I connect the laptop to my monitor, I can see only a part of the screen on the monitor with a ...
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switching nvidia profiles

I have an old laptop with a nivdia card (360m) and I use powermizer to force it to run a very low clock. Heres my configuration at /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-nvidia.conf Section "Device" ...
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How to setup dualview without restart X11

I'm using latest ArchLinux with dual monitor, but my second monitor is not detected $ lspci | grep VGA 00:01.0 VGA compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] Richland [Radeon HD ...
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Lost control of the windows sent to monitor on HDMI, which xrandr doesn’t detect

I have set two monitors—one is a usual monitor, and the second one is an HDMI TV. The configuration is done in a single xorg.conf file. The problem is that the second display seem to be working, i.e. ...
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Using vlock without changing VT from X

X screen lockers are fine, but I sometimes have stuff open on other TTYs that I want to lock as well. For this reason I would like to use vlock -a to lock all TTYs at the same time. However, I am ...
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X11 module ABI version does not match server's version

When using startx on my 32 bit linux system running debian Jessie, I get the following error: (EE) module ABI major version (12) doesn't match server's version (15) (EE) no screens found tail ...
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Print the system clipboard content in bash

There is a way to put some command output to system clipboard via xclip. some-command | xclip -selection clipboard I'd like to perform a reverse task - Print system clipboard to terminal. How it ...
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Can one disable tap-to-click in X server configuration without “InputClass” sections?

I want to configure my system so that tap-to-click is disabled on the touchpad. (It's running a rather old version of ALTLinux distro with xorg-server-1.4.2-alt10.M41.1.) I'm interested in a solution ...
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How can I make the screen black and white?

This is basically to transform the screen (of a laptop), into a black and white screen. I am using Ubuntu 13.04.
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I have nvidia driver 304, can I install instead nvidia-331?

I have a computer in which there's Linux Mint 16 64Bit. Currently I have the nvidia-304 driver, exactly the 304.121 one. I've installed it thanks to the xorg-edgers PPA, because i don't have any ...
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Set the button mapping of touchpad using xorg files

I would like to change the mapping of my touchpad (of an eee-pc with Linux Mint 16 MATE edition) so that a two fingers tap is a middle click and three is right click. For that I add the ButtonMapping ...
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kdm theme not working as expected after a resolution change

Using kdm, I am triggering a script in Xsetup which is assigning resoltuions to the screens. Somehow the kdm theme does not like this, the elements seem to be aligned for a larger resolution. Is there ...
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Switch between keyboard layout based on input event

I have a french and a US keyboard on my computer. I'm using awesome wm and have set everything so that it is easy for me to switch between keyboard layout. But I still have to do it myself. ...
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Enable second monitor from shell

So... I have two monitors on my Ubuntu machine. And every time I launch some Windows OpenGL application under Wine it turns off the second monitor. And leaves it turned off when the application exits. ...
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Selective dim screens

How can I dim only select screens of my multiple-monitor linux system? I have 5 monitors connected to my computer 4 *15 inch and one 27 inch. sometimes i want to use only the main screen (27) and ...
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Multiple video cards on Xorg on Debian 7.4

I have 2 video cards installed and configured xorg.conf to output onto both monitors with Option "Xinerama" "1" but rather than extending my display, it is simply cloning the displays. I'm using KDM ...
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Can't load X server Mint 15

I've already spend nearly 10 hours trying to solve my problem. After I've installed nvidia-current package and reboot, system shows Mint logo and stacks on it, whithout any output. Because of the ...
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How can I get xrandr to detect both nvidia cards: 2 x GTX480, triple-head?

I am running Linux Mint 16 (Petra) I am running the default driver nvidia-319 shipped with the distro I have 2x GTX480 cards I have 3 monitors Using the Nvidia driver, all monitors and GPUs are ...
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Terrible performance on linux mint 16

I am having difficulty with getting linux mint to cooperate with my desktop. Specs: Mobo: Maximux IV Extreme-z CPU: i7 2600k GPU: 2x R9 290x Storage: (240GB) 2x OCZ Vertex 3 on RAID0 (Currently ...
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xorg: lost screen resolution after Debian/Jessie upgrade

After update/upgrade within Debian/Jessie (affecting some 50 packages) and a reboot (after an uptime of about a month), the full resolution 2560x1440 of my Dell U2713HM has gone. xrandr is listing at ...
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Disabling an Xorg server's extension at runtime (for new clients)?

I have an old Xorg server whose "Render" extension seems to be buggy (if enabled, most of the fonts are invisible, unless hovering over them -- after upgrading the packages with X clients and ...
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Switching from Xorg to console does not work

I am running Debian testing with Xfce. When I boot the machine I can see some usual booting messages, the last message is this: Waiting for /dev to be fully populated ... After a short time (1-2 ...
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EDID Invalid on USB DisplayLink Device

I have a Sabrent USB to HDMI adapter which is a DisplayLink device. It's recognized by udl as being a DisplayLink device, yet seems to be rejected/disabled due to having an invalid EDID: ...
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Killing X-related processes when CrashPlan is running

I am currently running Ubuntu Server 12.04, but this applies to all flavours of Linux really. This server does a bunch of things and is controlled remotely via ssh. Some time ago I have installed ...
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Where is the value for current “In USE” keyboard layout in the system [duplicate]

I've searched and there is some 3rd party solutions to show your current keyboard layout in use (I've not test them). Assume that I've three keyboard layouts: us,de,ru. I want to see the current in ...
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xorg.conf XkbOption ignored for terminate:ctrl_alt_bksp to restart X

I want Ctrl+Alt+Bksp to restart X, so I created an xorg.conf rule: /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/53-zap.conf: Section "ServerFlags" Option "DontZap" "false" EndSection Section "InputClass" ...
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Logging into an RDS session from the command-line

Is it possible to start an xfreerdp session into Microsoft windows from a command-line only install of Linux? The command I use from a full blown Linux install is this: $ sudo xfreerdp ...
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How to fix startx on Arch Linux on Raspberry pi?

I have a problem when trying to use the command startx. It comes back with /usr/bin/x error while loading shared libraries: libgcrypt.so.20: cannot open shared and then says that it is giving ...
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xmodmap problems and inconsistencies with more than 4 alternative symbols per key

I was trying to make my keyboard more useful and used xmodmap to map mathematical and greek symbols to mod3 modifier level. Where caps lock is mapped to mod3. As I understand, the 8-entry lines in ...
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Make sure X server isn't already running? [closed]

Suddenly out of the blue I was able to start the X server but with many warnings on CentOS and then I tried to make sure it was shut down by going into /usr/bin and gdm stop but there is an error log ...
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Can I make a second mouse/keyboard (virtual) for xdotool to use?

I have a script running a set of xdotool commands. It only uses half of my screen but I cannot use my keyboard or mouse while it is running due to the number of clicks and typing that is executed. Is ...
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How can I change the screen resolution of Slax?

Slax uses X.org for managing its GUI. However, when I boot Slax (specifically in a VM), the resolution gets capped at 1024x768. How can I increase the resolution to more fully utilize the screen ...
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Multiple graphics cards in X

I have a really interesting situation. I'm on a Dell XPS 15z laptop, which features an NVIDIA Optimus display combination, using the integrated i915 Intel Graphics alongside an NVIDIA GeForce GT 525M ...
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Switching on virtual display outputs using xrandr

Simply put, is there an inverse to the following command?: xrandr --output VIRTUAL1 --off This command cuts off my virtual display output to my external monitor, but I would like to reinitialize my ...