F10 beta: No xorg.conf, where to tweak Synaptics pad?

Jesse Keating jkeating at redhat.com
Thu Oct 9 22:13:45 UTC 2008

On Thu, 2008-10-09 at 15:08 -0600, Michal Jaegermann wrote:
> In other words you are saying: "If something does not work then this
> is your fault and screw you"?  That is nice to know.  The problem
> is that your perfect "all just works" simply does not - at least
> often enough.

Now, where in my statements did you get a "screw you"?  If it doesn't
work, we want to know about it, so that we can create the proper quirk
so that instead of it just working on your system / install, it'll work
on everybody's that has your setup.

> > Autoconfiguration is a very very
> > good thing, and we're in a better place with it.
> You are mixing two things.  Autoconfiguration and an ability to
> easily override that autoconfiguration when it does not work or when
> you have good reasons not to like results.  Take as an example the
> current anaconda with a network install.  Unfortunately you are not
> the only one so confused.

I think you are confused too.  You can still create an xorg.conf file
and populate it to your heart's content.  It'll get used instead of

Jesse Keating
Fedora -- Freedom² is a feature!
identi.ca: http://identi.ca/jkeating
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