Comment 9 for bug 93749

Scott Kitterman (kitterman) wrote :

kde-guidance (0.8.0svn20080103-0ubuntu6) hardy; urgency=low

  * Bump standards version to 3.7.3 without further change
  * Rename kubuntu_14_displayconfig_survive_no_serverlayout.patch to be
    kubuntu_14_displayconfig_no_xorg_no_serverlayout.patch
    - Don't crash if xorg.conf is missing (LP: #93749):
      - In xorgconfig, create an emtpy xorg.conf if none exists and lie and
        pretend a minimal, largely generic xorg.conf exists
      - In xorgconfig, if not running with Admin priviledges just trap the no
        xorg.conf error and continue
      - In displayconfig, assume xorg.conf belongs in /etc/X11 and create it
        if it happens to be missing when trying to save out a configuration
      - This is not a fully satisfactory solution to this problem - users will
        have to select their monitor, restart X, and then make their settings
    - In xorgconfig, as previously patched, add a ServerLayout section if an
      existing xorg.conf is missing one (LP: #173768)
  * Add kubuntu_16_displayconfig_no_xrrqueryextention.patch to avoid crashing
    if the XRRQueryExtension is not found (LP: #146945)