This one time, at band camp, Keith O'Connell said: > On Mon, 4 Nov 2002 09:45:01 +1100 Rob Weir <email@example.com> wrote: > > > On Sun, Nov 03, 2002 at 03:07:03PM +0000, Keith O'Connell wrote: > > > I am starting to wonder. I hav now a file that reads > > > > > > #!/bin/sh > > > > > > resources=$HOME/.Xresources > > > > > > if [ -f $resources ]; then xrdb -load $resources fi > > > > > > galeon -s -e0 & emacs -i & > > > > > > When I fire up X the resources file loads, but the galeon and > > > emacs line appears to do nothing. I am confused? > > > > That's quite odd...Maybe emacs is running the background somewhere? > > What does 'ps aux|grep -i emacs' say? > It says; keith 7658 0.0 0.0 1336 440 pts/3 2 16:59 0:00 grep > -i emacs > > > Is your ~/.xsession executable? > It is 744 and it is keith.keith as ownner.group > > > If you stick a line like 'xclock&' in your .xsession, do you get a > > clock on X startup? > Nope - no clock? > > Now I'm not just confused, I'm concerned. Maybe $PATH problems? Try using the full path - e.g., /usr/bin/galeon instead. Shouldn't have to, but it's a thought. Steve -- Facts are stubborn, but statistics are more pliable.
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