Not sure I follow what you are asking. The xrotate.py is a rotation script and you can use it as a stand alone script. Like we did above with ./xrotate.py in the magick-rotation folder or with the path to xrotate.py. If you don't include one of the switches, such as right, inverted, and left, it will go through them sequentially i.e. rotate through 360 degrees. Other parts of Magick Rotation create the gui, determine the hinge state and current orientation, store user options, etc. But because your system reports LVDS1 you need the xrotate.py with the LVDS# fix because the unfixed one won't work.