Generate a file with current Xorg server configuration

Run from a terminal this command:

$ sudo X :2 -configure

It’ll create a file in current users home folder called xorg.conf.new with all the configuration used at that moment by the Xorg server.

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Ref: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1478310&p=9322591#post9322591

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