Am Mittwoch, 29. April 2015, 16:34:32 schrieb Felix Miata:
Done that way would cause setup to be run twice,
Yes. Once for the login screen, and then again by xinit, when the actual X
user session is started.
Is there any reason once shouldn't be sufficient?
IOW, if called by Xsetup,
it shouldn't be necessary again,
You can of course also put your commands to /etc/X11/xdm/setup and call that
instead (modify the line I gave you accordingly).
Then it will only be run once, when the login screen is started, but not at
all when using startx.
The changed resolution/settings should be taken over to the user X session.
while if no DM is running, it would be a required
precursor e.g. to startx.
My setup is simple now, only at most one line is
ever supposed to get executed.
Well,in your example it doesn't matter if it is called twice anyway.
To prevent it running after Xsetup used it
would require something complicating it, right?
It would be possible (and probably not too complicated), but it's probably not
worth the effort.
All this because upstream doesn't fix its panning
and scale bugs (links in
OP), enabling those who wish to use xorg.conf* to do the whole config job on
every installation as was possible 4 years ago and before. :~(
Well. I can't help you there.
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