Re: get rid of landlord
On 7/22/06, Francesco Pietra <email@example.com> wrote:
I am looking instead at
how to stop services. I never looked at that before but it seems that gnome,
can be stopped from rc4.d. It may be useful to get knowledge of rc#.d instead
of going by trial and error as I did before, succeding in having X system at
That doesn't make sense.
GNOME consists of a set of libraries and applications that use those libraries.
You don't "start up Gnome" or "stop Gnome"; you instead run (or don't
run) one or another of those applications.
There are a few of those apps that make attempts to "take over" a
system and run other Gnome apps; you need only avoid them. gdm is
likely one such; gnome-session is another; Nautilus is in a pretty
special class of its own...
Get rid of those three and you're likely pretty safe from being "hurt"
Oddly enough, this is completely standard behaviour for shells. This
is a roundabout way of saying `don't use combined chains of `&&'s and
`||'s unless you think Gödel's theorem is for sissies'.