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Re: hurd get going?


Regarding the console command, I have the one that works in a file I have 
called 2b and I do not need to input from the keyboard each time by entering 
this: bash ./2b.  It works okay.  I can start virtual consoles and X.  
However, when I try  to put the console series command in <user>/profile it 
does not work, the screen gets pretty hazy.  It turns out as a computer 
crash.  Is there a way to put it into an /etc/init.d file?

On Thursday 04 August 2005 16:06, Michael Banck wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 04, 2005 at 05:28:21PM +0000, dsyvanen@netzero.net wrote:
> > I recently picked-up from debianvendor.org, the latest K9 CDs, and going
> > through the Cookbook, there is a command: console -d vga -d pc_kbd
> > --recent=kbd -d pc_mouse --repeat=mouse -c /dev/cons /dev/vcs
> The last command is wrong.  It is either '-c /dev/cons /dev/vcs' (with a
> space in between), or (depending on the Hurd version) simply '-c /dev/vcs'
> cheers,
> Michael


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