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Hi Bernhard,

these days there is no special need for a xorg.conf if your system
is identified correctly.


screen rotation is supported by your gfx-driver or not.
you can use xrandr --rotate normal,inverted,left,right
to realize it.

hope that helps,
 wh


Am 29.01.2012 13:34, schrieb Bernhard Hummel:
> Dear Support Autor,
> 
> i want to ask, how to generate a xorg.conf file for my system form the
> standard settings and how to enable screen rotation.
> 
> Much Thanks for your infomation
> Bernhard
> 
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