Fedora releases since Fedora 10 do not create a
/etc/X11/xorg.conf file, used to configure the X server, by default. The X configuration is automatically determined each time X is started. In most cases, this works well and there is no need to manually specify X configuration information.
If you need to make manual changes to X configuration for any reason, you will first need to create a
You can create a basic
xorg.conf using the X executable itself. As root run:
Xorg :1 -configure
This will create the file
/root/xorg.conf.new, which you can then copy to
cp /root/xorg.conf.new /etc/X11/xorg.conf
and edit according to your needs.