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=== X Configuration Changes ===
 
=== X Configuration Changes ===
  
Fedora 10 uses the evdev input driver as standard mouse and keyboard driver for the X server. This driver together with HAL provides a persistent per-device configuration that allows devices to be added or removed at runtime.
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Fedora 10 uses the <code>evdev</code> input driver as standard mouse and keyboard driver for the X server. This driver works with HAL to provide a persistent per-device configuration that allows devices to be added or removed at runtime.
  
 
=== Third-party Video Drivers ===
 
=== Third-party Video Drivers ===
  
Refer to the [[Xorg/3rdPartyVideoDrivers|Xorg third-party drivers]] page for detailed guidelines on using third-party video drivers.
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Refer to the Xorg third-party drivers page for detailed guidelines on using third-party video drivers.
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http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Xorg/3rdPartyVideoDrivers
  
 
=== Resources ===
 
=== Resources ===
  
http://who-t.blogspot.com/2008/07/input-configuration-in-nutshell.html Evdev Configuration
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http://who-t.blogspot.com/2008/07/input-configuration-in-nutshell.html -- Evdev configuration.

Revision as of 23:04, 12 October 2008

X Window System (Graphics)

This section contains information related to the X Window System implementation, X.Org, provided with Fedora.

X Configuration Changes

Fedora 10 uses the evdev input driver as standard mouse and keyboard driver for the X server. This driver works with HAL to provide a persistent per-device configuration that allows devices to be added or removed at runtime.

Third-party Video Drivers

Refer to the Xorg third-party drivers page for detailed guidelines on using third-party video drivers.

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Xorg/3rdPartyVideoDrivers

Resources

http://who-t.blogspot.com/2008/07/input-configuration-in-nutshell.html -- Evdev configuration.