Re: Debian 1.1beta problems
>> * Why do I automatically get an xterm coming up when I start X? It
>> didn't happen with Slackware.
>This is the default for debian when you don't have your own
>~/.xsession. /etc/X11/Xsession is where this happens. If you have
>your own ~/.xsession then whatever's there will have control.
I created my own .xsession, but still got an xterm. It seems that
_both_ /etc/X11/Xsession and ~/.xsession get run - is this right?
Does this mean that the only way to stop the xterm automatically
coming up is to edit /etc/X11/Xsession?
Thanks for your help,
Mark Phillips (email@example.com)