I recently ran a pacman -syu to update all my packages as it had been a while. Upon doing so, I had switched to xorg instead of xfree86. After doing so, my X was having a few config issues. (resolution, xinerama, etc.) Anyway, I switched back to xfree86 figuring that when I get a chance I'd look for some documentation on xorg to learn where to configure it. After visiting xorg's site, I was surprised to see that no real documetation seems to exist. Sooooo, anyone know where I can find some documentation? I don't mind using xfree86 instead but I figured I'd try out xorg to see how it runs in comparison. I assumed it would just use the same configurations that are setup in /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 but apparently not.
That's very odd. For most people, xorg drops in over xfree86. You should rename /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 to xorg.conf (but for compatibility if it doesn't find xorg.conf it will use XF86Config-4 anyway, I think...), but other than that it seems to me it was pretty much identical.
hmm, thanks. well, maybe when I get back home tonight, I'll copy my config file over and try again with xorg.