Re: X Windows
> OK, so, I used xdm to start X and things work fine. When I exit fvwm2 I
> get a login prompt. Now, I want to shut down the server.
> A. I can find no xdm process either with ps a or top. Is it hiding?
I don't think it should be... On my system, it shows up as
Try "ps -a | grep -i xdm | grep -v grep" and see what it gives you.
There is also a hot key on newer kernels (which I conveniently forgot,
sorry) that will dump a listing of the kernel process table to the
IF you start xdm with "/etc/init.d/xdm start", you should be able to stop it with "/etc/init.d/xdm stop". In fact, that might work even if you didn't (I haven't tried)
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