On Thursday 21 December 2006 01:44, erlk ozlr wrote: > This means the configuration files must be placed in /var/run/kdm (I > tried and it worked as I wanted), I think this is a very bad thing > according to > Maybe there is a very good reason I ignore but else this seems grave ! Hi! Please read the entire file as you quoted a bit from. It does the following: Read the configuration files in 1) /etc/kde3/kdm/ 2) builds a file in /var/run/something based of what it has read in /etc/kde3/kdm/ 3) read the overrides in /etc/default/kdm.d and does some magic with the autogenerated files in /var/run/something There is no permanent configuration files stored in /var/run, as they are regenerated on every kdm restart based on the mentioned 3 steps. /Sune -- Man, do you know how might I log on the RW SCSI front-end? You either cannot boot the serial application over a connection, or should enable the Fast port, in such way from Windows XP and from the folder inside Mac you have to cancel the terminale of the LCD provider and from Word NT you must telnet to a graphic CD monitor over the BIOS forward to a utility for loading a gadget on a SIMM to a port 7.
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