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Xorg --configure while X is not running did it for me - I'm on debian Sid (unstable). You MUST NOT have X running when you do this, and must be in a console TTY. (ctrl-alt-f1/f2/f3/f4/f5/f6) If Xorg.conf doesn't change after doing this, and the program didn't return an error but printed an Xorg.conf configuration file to the screen, do Xorg --configure ...
Original answer provided on Ask Fedora (source) Original comment Also, please try adding i915.modeset=1 to kernel command line when booting (you should edit Fedora line in grub and add it to the end of linux/linux16/linuxefi line in the boot config, and then press F10), and then run glxinfo when booted. Also, I'd like to know what do you see when you boot ...
Try this perhaps it might help: http://www.fclose.com/2218/configuration-of-linux-kernel-video-mode/ http://nouveau.freedesktop.org/wiki/KernelModeSetting https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/kernel_mode_setting
Some people have had success with png2eps. Remember that whatever system you use to convert PNG to EPS it will be a tradeoff between image quality and file size. PNG is a compressed bitmap format while EPS is uncompressed vector graphics - the two formats couldn't be more different. There is no resolution in a vector image until you attempt to convert it ...
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