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Re: adding files to xorg.conf.d

From: Martin Castillo
Subject: Re: adding files to xorg.conf.d
Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2018 22:30:28 +0100


On 22.01.2018 07:30, Chris Marusich wrote:
> Martin Castillo <address@hidden> writes:
>> hi,
>> I want to add one file to xorg.conf.d, but can't find the right way to
>> do so. my current solution just appends my xsettings to xorg.conf:
>> (define cyborg-quirk
>> "Section \"InputClass\"
>> #yadayada
>> EndSection")
>> (define %my-xorg-conf
>>         (xorg-configuration-file #:extra-config (list cyborg-quirk)))
>> (define %my-startx
>>         (xorg-start-command #:configuration-file %my-xorg-conf))
>> (define %my-services
>>        ;; My very own list of services.
>>        (modify-services %desktop-services
>>          (slim-service-type config =>
>>                             (slim-configuration
>>                               (inherit config)
>>                               (startx %my-startx)))))
>> currently, xorg.conf.d is created by a function that gets a list of
>> X-modules or so. but it doesn't seem like there is any interface to
>> pass any of these functions a gexp that evaluates to a file or so. Is my
>> observation correct? If yes, is this wanted?
> This is the only way I know of right now to customize the Xorg config.
> For example, this same solution was recommended here, also:
> Does this solution not solve your problem?

okay. It does solve my problem but I think it is not so 'clean'. So I
wondered, if the clean method is possible.
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