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Re: [K12OSN] Passing Xorg options via lts.conf



Try:

X_DEVICE_OPTION_01 = "\"HWCursor\" \"off\""
X_DEVICE_OPTION_02 = "\"SWCursor\" \"on\""

If that doesn't work, use X_OPTION_01 and X_OPTION_02 instead.

-Gadi

On Wed, 2009-11-18 at 08:59 -0500, Burroughs, Henry wrote:
> Is there a way to pass Xorg options via lts.conf?
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> In particular, I found that openchrome has issues with HWCursor (the
> infamous invisible mouse pointer)
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> You will find this happens with the Disklessworkstations Term 1220
> system
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> I need to pass these to the clients in question (I have mixed clients
> on my network):
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> Option HWCursor off
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> Option SWCursor on
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> Otherwise I have to use Vesa, and vesa is so slow.
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> I’m running a test server for F12 ltsp. 
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> And thank goodness, screen locking works now!
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> Henry Burroughs
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> Technology Director
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> Hilton Head Preparatory School
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> www.hhprep.org
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