debian packages

Gaijin gaijin at
Sat Oct 13 14:03:40 EDT 2007

Jude DaShiell <jdashiel&shellworld,net> bespoke:

 > dpkg-reconfigure makes an /etc/X11/Xorg.conf.dpkg-new file as you
 > answer

     You do realize that Debian packages come with pre- and post-install

scripts that are still on your system, so that the command above will

<ahem> work.  I remember seeing them once and forgot where to find

them, but you might pick apart that script to see where things went

wrong. or at least execute the commands one at a time until you have

your file.  You could download the tarball, extract everything to

some-dir and copy your file over.  Which package were you



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