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Re: restarting X w/o reboot

> Over the past couple of days I've been playing with my XF86Config file,
> and having to reboot each time to see the results really sucks. I'm
> positive there is a better way but a check to the xdm man page reveals
> nothing. 
> Can I just kill xdm and restart it w/o reboot?
> Is there a keystroke to restart xdm (and re-read the XF86Config file) ?
> Thanks, Chris.
> ===
> Chris R. Martin              email: chrism@asic.sc.ti.com
> 			     www: http://http.tamu.edu:8000/~crm7479
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Just log in as root and run:
	/etc/init.d/xdm stop
to stop xdm and
	/etc/init.d/xdm start
to start it up again.


Richard Dansereau
Email: rdanse@pobox.com          Home page:  http://pobox.com/~rdanse
Electrical and Computer Engineering - University of Manitoba - Canada

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