What controls X?
after some update long time ago, kdm is starting on console 9 instead od
console 7 (which is deafult).
I could still not find out, where X is controlled at. I found this process:
root 10358 7.8 1.9 146300 41052 tty10 Rs+ 19:13 14:11 /usr/bin/X :0
vt10 -br -nolisten tcp -auth /var/run/xauth/A:0-DzJNF
Examing the system, I found in /etc/X11/xinit/xserverrc
exec /usr/bin/X -nolisten tcp "$@"
where "$@" I suppose is the console-number.
But where does it get from? In kdmrc the terminal is configured, that it should
use the next free console (ServerVTs=-7).File /etc/inittab is identically like
on my other computers, where X is still running on console 7.
Just on my amd64-system it is started wrong. Although it is not a big problem
at all, I am very interested, how things work together, as I found no
misconfigured configuration yet.
It would be nice, if someone might point me, which configs are involved, and
maybe which steps I should check, to get X back to console 7.
(besides: Of course, it is working, if I change
but as this setting is workingh on all my other systems, I want to leave it as
set by default and find out, why the same settings differ only on this special
Hope, someone knwos better, as I try to solve this now since months.