Re: X & tcp listening
has an apt-able repository of X 4.0.2 for potato, which I would assume
(since the X4 transition was about when the debconf popup about X not
listening on TCP started showing up) follows Woody's in not listening on
On Sat, 26 May 2001, Tomasz Olszewski wrote:
>You said that Debian's X has tcp listening turned off by default. My
>potato doesn't. How can I permamently change this behaviour? I looked up
>the manuals but did not find any related stuff (-nolisten tcp works fine
>but I can't add it to any config file and make it permament). So far I
>just modified /usr/X11R6/bin/startx but wat id someone launches plain
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