Re: other side of remote xdm
Joeey Hess wrote,
> My approach has been to add something like this to /etc/inittab:
> X:2:respawn:/usr/X11R6/bin/X -indirect <foo>
> Then you don't need to log into the local computer, X is started
> automatically on boot querying the server. And if X crashes, it is
> automatically restarted by init.
So, if i understand this correctly, <foo> is the name of host, and the
local client will pop up the login screen specified by <foo>?
If so, this is exacly what I'm looking for. THanks.
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