Each Linux distribution has its own X Window configuration program. XFree86 also has a text-based
configuration program which is complex to use. But what if both the distribution program and xf86config, the
text-based configuration for XFree86, do not seem to do what you need? XFree86 also comes with a
graphical configuration tool.
The name of the graphical program is XF86Setup. This will launch a graphical window and allow you to
configure the X Window Server. So if you don't like the console configuration programs, you can use this one:
"Windows Linux Tips: X Window configuration options"