"Brian V Bonini" <email@example.com> writes:
> I started to set up the .xsession file and
> instead of doing this for my user account until I got it right for some
> reason I did it for my root account.
As well as the other solutions mentioned (Ctrl-Alt-F1, su, linux
-single, rescue disk), you should also be able to log on using [F1]
after the password insted of [Enter], which will pop up a single xterm
without running your .xsession.
Actually, I *never* log in to X as root, but just use `su'.
Carey Evans <*> http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/c.evans/ gc
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