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dexconf - generate Xorg X server configuration file from debconf data
retrieves values from
database and uses them to build an
The information that
uses is typically entered via a debconf frontend (or possibly in part by
hardware autodetection tools).
set any values in the debconf database; it only retrieves them.
If configuration parameters of the debconf database need to be changed,
should be used to do so.
More experienced users should feel free to use
configuration files as a starting point for their customizations, since
individual preferences vary greatly.
Display a usage message and exit.
-o file, --output=file
This option instructs
to write to
unconditionally overwrites its destination file if it has sufficient access
rights to do so.
This variable is used to format diagnostic messages so that they fit the
width of the terminal.
If not set, a terminal width of 80 columns is assumed.
creates a subdirectory of the directory name stored in this variable, and
uses that subdirectory as a scratch area.
If not set,
is used as the parent of the scratch directory.
is the configuration file for the Xorg X server.
produces diagnostic messages upon encountering various error conditions.
These messages are prefixed with the name of the command and a colon; for
A list of diagnostic messages currently issued by
This option, and XFree86 3.x output, are no longer supported.
no longer supports the
See the lqHISTORYrq section below.
cannot create temporary work directory; dirname does not exist or is not a directory
was unable to create a scratch directory to work in because the parent
was not does not exist or is not a directory.
and set its permissions properly, or set the
environment variable to the name of an existing directory.
cannot create temporary work directory in dirname; directory not writable
had insufficient permissions to create a directory in
Change the permissions on
or set the
environment variable to the of a writeable directory.
cannot generate configuration file; question not set
An answer to the indicated
was expected in the debconf database, but none was found.
cannot write a valid configuration file without this information.
This problem can be rectified by reconfiguring the X server package with
creation of temporary work directory dirname failed
was unable to create a scratch directory
to work in.
This diagnostic is only issued after
has checked to ensure that the parent directory of
is writable, and after the temporary directory to be used has been removed
This diagnostic message could indicate that something on the system is
attempting to use a temporary-file race condition to compromise the
error while getting options
received an error from
while attempting to interpret the command-line arguments.
Use only the documented options.
received signal; aborting
was sent a fatal signal; see the section on asynchronous events below.
this program does not know how to configure the package X server
only knows how to write configuration files for XFree86 version
The value of the
debconf template was set to a package name that
did not recognize.
A different tool will have to be used to configure the
selected X server, or
will have to be used to change the default X server.
unable to write to configfile
was unable to write to
because it lacked permissions to do so.
as a user with permissions to write to
or specify an alternate file to write with the
unrecognized option option
An unrecognized option was specified.
Use only the documented options.
traps the HUP, INT, QUIT, and TERM signals.
removes its scratch directory and exits when it receives any of these
A configuration file was successfully written.
An error occurred, or
See the section on diagnostics above.