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Re: X related questions

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> first type runlevel, and see what level you are booting in (runlevel
> is in /sbin/runlevel). Then, if runlevel says "N 4", you're in level
> 4, and type
> cd /etc/rc4.d
> mv S99xdm K99xdm

Just some minor nit picking: it should be

mv S99xdm K01xdm

This might be important when switching from a runlevel runnning xdm to
one that doesn't.  It means that something that is started as the last
item (S99) usually is stopped (Killed) as the first item (K01).

Eric Meijer

 E.L. Meijer (tgakem@chem.tue.nl)          | tel. office +31 40 2472189
 Eindhoven Univ. of Technology             | tel. lab.   +31 40 2475032
 Lab. for Catalysis and Inorg. Chem. (TAK) | tel. fax    +31 40 2455054

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