used to be about the XF86Config file.
This was in the good old times when
slink was current.
Slink is no longer supported, so I removed the page, however,
I saved a copy of the old files, the old FAQ is
I no longer update this document, as it has become obsolete with
the release of potato.
In potato, installing XFree86 should be no major problem,
a proper XF86Config file is generated during the installation,
symbolic links for your mouse device will be created, you are advised what
to edit, in case your hardware does not support 8-bit modes.
All problems solved. If you do not agree, feel free to write up additional
information and send it to the
If you want to install XFree86 4.0, please read
will be/is released with XFree86 4.1.0 or newer.
This version _should_ work on m68k, however the configuration has changed,
please see the
woody page for more info.
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Last modified: Thu Jul 6 13:08:00 CET 2002