Re: xdm at startup?
And to change the default xdm background, install Xbanner.
>Subject: Re: xdm at startup?
>Edit your /etc/X11/config file and change the no-start-xdm to
>On Sun, 29 Nov 1998, Matt Garman wrote:
>> I installed xdm on my system. Everything is fine, but at
>> I chose to *NOT* have it start at boot-time. Now I wish to have it
>> invoked automatically at startup. What do I need to do?
>> Also, is there a way to change the default xdm background (i.e. the
>> login screen)? The greyish default is kinda nasty.
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