Re: FAQ ??
On Wed, 27 Jan 1999, mil Thomas MANGIN wrote:
> No bash is automaticly lauch on boot and some system environment values
> are not set ($HOME) How to do this ..
It is the default shell in multi-user mode. In single user mode, you would
not expect $HOME to be set, as this is meaningless in the single-user
> I tryed to set swap for my Hurd system. I uncommented the line in
> /etc/servers.boot and setted it to my linux swap file. Is this enought
Note that this will screw your linux swap partition, so you have to run
mkswap in your boot scripts before swapon
> 4- (and last for today)
> how to create virtual screen like under Linux. which device must be
> created as a tty already exist an the creation of a tty0 and tty1
> introduced problems
Port screen :)
Elen sila lumenn' omentielvo
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Selwyn College Computer Support
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