The default settings for the MySQL command line client are a bit annoying. There’s no output paging; columns with more than 80 characters are wrapped making matching field name to field data difficult. Here’s a way to make life easier.
Yeah, it’s ugly, but I thought others might make use of the xorg.conf from my groovy little fanless laptop, the Fujitsu Lifebook P7120D, running Gentoo Linux and xorg-server 1.2.0. I based this off of an xorg.conf I found on the web last year, and has been edited (a lot) as I found new information. This …