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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Identifying the root cause of repeated X segfaults after package upgrade

I recently decided to upgrade MPlayer on my Slackware 14.1 system using the most recent package from slackware-current (rolling release), which pulled in quite a few dependency updates, including a ...
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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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Xinerama used not on all screens

is it possible to use Xinerama only for selected subset of screens? I have a computer with three graphical outputs on Intel HD graphics. I have one GPU so I can run one XServer with three screens ...
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How to force the X server to produce a specific keysym and state?

I have a Macbook which I want to map the right "command" key (also known as Super_R, RWIN) to AltGr. The reasons I want this is due to how a normal Norwegian keyboard has its square bracket keys and ...
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How to change focus in X-window by terminal

I got the window id by using xwininfo command. I want to change the focus of this window by a terminal command. How can I do it?
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Lock second mouse pointer & keyboard input to one window

This is basically a lite version of multiseat (see my other question): I can setup two mouse pointers (see e.g. here, here or here) and two keyboards (although my two identical logitech K200 keyboards ...
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Unable to operate mouse in GUI on Ubuntu Server in VBox VM

Mouse can't work on Ubuntu Server (minmal virtual machine mode) in VBox VM. I ran: sudo aptitude install --without-recommends xserver-xorg-core sudo aptitude install jwm startx output: -bash: ...
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Cannot Launch to gnome GUI on Kali Sana after dist-upgrade

I'm facing some problems on Kali Sana 2.0, I dist-upgrade my system to Kali Sana days ago, and as usual all I had to type to start the GUI is: # startx But 'startx' returns 'segmentation fault' ...
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How can I find and edit the input classes reported by “xinput list --long”

I found these configurations and "classes" using the xinput utility on Linux Mint. Hours of documentation-crawling and googling yielded no information about them. Can anyone tell me what they are, ...
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View fontconfig settings

Is there a way I can see what settings fontconfig is currently using? I'm trying to figure out why fonts look better in an XFCE session as opposed to when I start a bare X session (no window manager, ...
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Login/logout loop on Ubuntu 14.04

I am running Ubuntu 14.04 inside VMware workstation 11.1. I testing changing the color depth and now I am hitting a login/logout loop. When the login screen comes up I select my account, type in the ...
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2x2 Monitor matrix

I have four monitors connected to Ubuntu-14.04. Two moniors are connected to internal intel graphic card and rest two are connected to external nvidia graphic card. Is there any way to set up all ...
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How to disable Xorg right click emulation at runtime

I have a computer (in fact, a Banana Pi Pro) with a touchscreen which I have configured to emulate the right click via xorg.conf: Section "InputClass" Identifier "Touchscreen" Option ...
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X stopped working

A couple of weeks ago I made a system upgrade (aptitude upgrade) on my Debian Stretch x64 system. I finished my session normally, but since then I cannot access X anymore. When I turn on my computer, ...
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X stopped working after a kernel update

My system is a laptop with Ubuntu 14.04, with an Intel CPU and Intel + Nvidia GPU combo. After one automatic kernel update, the GUI stopped working. It shows a blue loading screen with a spinner, up ...
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How to exit semi unresponsive Openbox session?

I've set up a fresh hard drive with: arch openbox xorg xcompmgr, xfce4-power-manager, volumeicon, dropbox are running in background Now, my computer is hanging on seemingly nothing. No mouse ...
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Security of xhost (local) and sudo xauthority forwarding

Context: launch a GUI application as a linux service. I considered making a headless daemon with a GUI front-end but there is too much code involved to do it now. This service must start on user ...
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Debian - X11 not displaying until switching VTs

I am trying to make my own very light Debian-based system, using Fluxbox as window manager and Slim as login manager. I just added Slim but I had a problem before that, being that X11 worked ...
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Xorg Configuration for Unregistered Resolution

I have a monitor with native resolution of 1600*900_60.00, and the intel on board Gen3 Xeon video chipset (i915). when i do $> xrandr the 1600x900 resolution is not in the list. I tried to write an ...
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Debian continue running script from lxde even after logging off

I'm trying to play some games on Steam (specifically Half-Life 2), but having Xinerama enabled with my dual monitor setup results in the infamous: Could not find required OpenGL entry point ...
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supported graphics card

My ubuntu-14.04 boot up with intel driver, as the underlying graphics chipset is supported by this driver. Is there any way that can list out the supported chipset by given chipset driver ? e.g. ...
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Manjaro Laptop suddenly won't boot Xfce desktop environment. How to boot up normally?

My Manjaro Linux laptop suddenly won’t boot up my Xfce desktop environment. When I start the computer, the PC: boots pass GRUB, then quickly flashes this message: [0.029878] Ignoring BGRT: invalid ...
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Manjaro Linux Laptop won't boot xfce. How to boot up desktop enviroment?

I have no idea why my manjaro linux laptop won’t boot up. It was working fine earlier today. When I start the computer, it boots up to the password log in screen for cryptManjaro volume, because ...
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XKB - Clearing locked modifiers

I've been having some trouble creating a custom keymap with XKB configuration. I would like to have a Shift key that locks when called with a specific modifier and can be pressed again to toggle the ...
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2nd monitor detected but no signal with fglrx drivers

Currently this is my setup on Ubuntu 12.04: VGA - VGA (1st monitor). HDMI to VGA converter - VGA (2nd monitor). HD4870 with fglrx drivers. After I connected my second monitor,Ubuntu detects it and ...
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What does nouveau's “func 08 lookup failed, -2” mean?

Arch Linux Question I have an Nvidia 9500 GT Chipset: G96 (NV96) Family : NV50 This means I can use proprietary pack nvidia-340xx + nvidia-340xx-libgl, but I opted for the open source option: ...
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Getting hardware accellerated 2d graphics with ATI card

I run Debian 8.1 on an iMac G3 500 from 2001. The computer has an ATI Rage 128 PRO graphics card. In order for X to start it needs to know the horizontal sync frequencies and the vertical refresh ...
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Determine xinput device manufacturer and model?

I'm trying to find the device manufacturer and model of my keyboard and touch pad so I can write an XOrg configuration file targeting it via: Section "InputClass" Identifier "touchpad" ...
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xrandr --listproviders does not detect nvidia

I'm trying to configure 'Offloading Graphics Display with RandR 1.4' but xrandr detects only Intel video card: $ xrandr --listproviders Providers: number : 1 Provider 0: id: 0x45 cap: 0x2, Sink ...
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How to setup GParted video mode in Oracle Virtualbox?

I'm trying to boot GParted live 0.14.1-6 within Oracle Virtualbox 4.2.6 r82870 (Extension Pack installed). The host OS is Windows 7, the physical graphic card is an AMD Radeon HD 6900. The physical ...
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EDID - help to detect proper DPI and refresh rate values

I just tried to extract EDID file data with read-edid util; The thing is the output shows : $sudo get-edid | decode-edid ... Manufacturer: AUO Model 20ec Serial Number 0 Made week 0 of 2013 EDID ...
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X will not start, Centos 7

I installed X/X11 and proceeded to install DWM on my X220. However, X does not start and I am having trouble figuring out why. I have posted the /var/log/Xorg.0.log file here: ...
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X11Fowarding not working on Arch Linux ARM

I am trying to setup X11Forwarding between my Arch Linux ARM server and my OSX computer. I am accessing the server locally (always). /etc/ssh/ssh_config: X11Forwarding yes AddressFamily any ...
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How to enable killing Xorg with Ctrl+Alt+Backspace

I don't remember why they did this, but at one point X.org decided that disabling CtrlAltBackspace to kill it was a good idea. I know there's a way to re-enable it but I don't remember how. Can ...
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Running setuid binary temporarily without setuid?

Currently setting up xpra, which wants to run an X instance as non-root using the dummy driver, but the system Xorg binary is SUID. Since the system auto-updates, I would prefer not making and ...
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Return to X session after Ctrl+Alt+F1

What is the command to return to the graphical desktop after entering the terminal mode with Ctrl+Alt+F1? I need it for operating my Raspbian.
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Can I scale my HiDPI laptop display while leaving my external display unchanged?

I have a Chromebook Pixel 2, which has a HiDPI screen. My external monitor has the same resolution in width, but only about half the pixel density. I use Gnome's scaling settings to make things look ...
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How Are Keys or Keycodes Mapped to X Key Symbols?

I am trying to map a function key combination to an XF86 key symbol. The key combination is Fn+F1, which I was able to use showkey to get the raw keycode for. jason@io ~ $ showkey kb mode was RAW [ ...
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Unicode characters in uxterm and dwm statusbar

I would like to display Chinese characters in dwm's status bar. More specifically I would like the symbols to represent the different tags in dwm. Using an online converter, I found that the unicode ...
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How to deal with tearing in Gentoo on NVIDIA?

See Why is video tearing such a problem in Linux? for the reasons behind why tearing is a problem in the first place, and why the usual "tricks" usually suggested (like "disable compositing", ...
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A specific user can't login (after connecting TV), can't figure out why

I have lately installed Debian Jessie on my Dell XPS (1401x, GPU is NVIDIA 425M), installed the NVIDIA driver, and everything worked well. This evening I connected my laptop to my TV via HDMI (not ...
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Forcing font size based on language in .fonts.conf

I can specify the default font family used to display a particular language in X by editing .fonts.conf in my user directory (or editing the global /etc/fonts/fonts.conf). However, I've not been able ...
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How to enable touchpad clicking in fedora?

How can I enable click feature of laptop touch pad in fedora 20? My fedora 20 does not recognize clicking with a touch pad.
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xrandr doesn't detect monitor on hdmi port

I installed Arch on my laptop but I don't think this problem is specfic to Arch. The only problem at the moment is that the display connected to the hdmi port isn't detected. For example running from ...
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Current X driver

How do I know, by which X driver, the X started. Looking at configuration file or log file is not trustworthy, I guess. These files can be manipulated in one or other way post bootup. Is there any ...
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I have a Logitech G600 mouse that is listed twice on xinput list (as in same name and properties). How do I update this .conf to reflect that?

This is the script: Section "InputClass" Identifier "My Mouse" MatchIsPointer "yes" Option "AccelerationProfile" "-1" Option "AccelerationScheme" "none" Option "AccelSpeed" "-1" EndSection It's ...
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Cannot get back signal after reboot using VGA-to-HDMI adapter

I recently bought an VGA to HDMI adapter for a HTPC (has a DisplayPort jack instead of HDMI, which got disabled when I put the TV Tuner in - long story - but VGA jack is still functional). I got it ...
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Keyboard fails to work properly

Due to some historic reason, I am running Xorg-1.4 with kernel 2.6.32.21 for an old board. On this board, If I start the X then, mouse works very well. But keyboard fails to run. Only "numpad" works ...
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Black screen when I move from X session to tty session

I've the ATI proprietary drivers. When I power on the computer and I do the login all works well, but when I run xorg I can't change tty or exit from xorg because if I try I see only a black screen ...
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Getting notified about window title changes

...without polling. I want to detect when the currently focused window changes so that I can update a piece of custom GUI in my system. Points of interests: real time notifications. Having 0.2s ...