Re: Automatic X startup
On new hamm systems, all I had to do was change the
line in '/etc/X11/config' from 'no-start-xdm' to 'start-xdm'.
From: Ossama Othman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Could anyone tell me how to get X automatically started. Now I have to
>> write 'startx' every time.
>Try configuring xdm to start at boot. You can probably use
>xbase-configure to configure it. If that doesn't work check /etc/init.d
>for a script called xdm. If you don't have xdm but have something like
>"xdm-new.dist," than move that file to /etc/init.d/xdm. The next time you
>boot, xdm should start X for you and provide you with an X login
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