Editing “xorg.conf”

headbangerI’m just going to post my entire xorg.conf file here for perusal.

If, on the other hand, you are happy using the ‘nouveau’ driver, you will most likely have no xorg.conf file and you should stop reading now.

I’ve been playing around with graphics on Linux since around the beginning of the Bumblebee project at least.  (for those interested in Bumblebee for “hybrid-graphics”, there are several “Bumblebee” articles I’ve written at jedsdesk.com)

Some may have noticed that upon making the leap to the real deal Nvidia driver, your font sizes are messed up.  By adding the following to your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file, you should be quite happy with the results.

This is a pretty typical xorg.conf file if you happen to need one!  Minor adjustments may be needed to suit your particular hardware!

Section “ServerLayout”
    Identifier     “X.org Configured”
    Screen      0  “Screen0” 0 0
    InputDevice    “Mouse0” “CorePointer”
    InputDevice    “Keyboard0” read more

32 bit VSIDO Linux Released Today

vsidoroomWell, for those of you who have been waiting, the wait is over!  You can download the 32 bit version from the link at the bottom of this post.  There is now a 32 bit version of VSIDO available for download for those of you with 32 bit pc’s.  If you can’t wait, you can just get it here!

Also, this is good news for anyone thinking of throwing out that “older” pc or laptop.  With the 32 bit version of VSIDO, you can literally breathe new life into an old pc.  I personally just ‘resurrected’ an old Toshiba laptop that has 692Mb of RAM.  It boots into the VSIDO OS only using read more