How can I revert to a saved xorg.conf file from the terminal?
My X server is not configured correctly and I need to revert to a saved xorg.conf. I am positive I made backups, but when I type in
sudo cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/
It asks me for my password then dosen't do anything. Then, when I type in
sudo cp /etc/X11/
cp: cannot stat ' /etc/x11/
What have I done wrong? Is there any other way to revert to a saved xorg.conf?
I feel bad asking this question again, but I havent found an answer anywhere I've looked. This is the third time I've tried to install beryl, and everytime I've made changes to the xorg.conf as discribed here:
I get the error that my X server is not configured correctly. In the past I have just re-installed ubuntu (I'm a new user and have not had it installed very long, reinstalling is not that big of a deal) but I'd like to avoid that if all possible.
Thanks for your help.