Re: X related questions
> - I have Debian 1.2 installed with kernel 2.0.27, when I boot the system,
> the last thing the system do, before asking me for the user and password,
> is start the xdm program. Then the system change to the seventh tty and
> change the apperance from text to graphical. I move to the first console
> using CTRL+ ALT+F1 and entering to a new user I try to start the XF86
> using startx the system answers me:
Why don't you just type in the username and passwd in the xdm login
screen? (that's where you're supposed to do it). Apparently you don't
get that screen (on the seventh tty, in your story). What does (eventually)
show up on that seventh tty?
> I suppose that the solution could be change the boot xdm start but I
> don't know how to do it.
first type runlevel, and see what level you are booting in (runlevel
is in /sbin/runlevel). Then, if runlevel says "N 4", you're in level
4, and type
mv S99xdm K99xdm
and you're set.
So, what's your second problem?
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