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Old 09-24-03, 02:15 AM   #4
pe1chl
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It is also a good idea to copy the XF86Config to a safe place (e.g. your home directory) after you have finished.
It could happen that you accidentally start sax or sax2 when experimenting with your system, and it will ruthlessly remove all useful modifications from the file. You can copy back your saved version when this has happened.
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