Joost Kooij uttered:
> On Mon, Jul 16, 2001 at 08:00:16AM -0700, Greg Wiley wrote:
> > There might be a better way that doesn't
> > require modifying /etc/X11/kdm/Xsession
> > and I'd be happy to hear it.
Here's what I'm doing: I installed gdm, then deleted the 'S99gdm'
symlink from /etc/rc2.d. So I boot to the command-line at runlevel 2 by
default. When I want to run X, I just use the 'init' command to go to
runlevel 3 (# init 3), et voila! I get the gdm login that allows me to
pick between gnome & kde. To switch back, just #init 2 from any terminal
window after saving anything in open windows.
I got this idea from a recent post to this list where someone pointed
out that Debian intends run levels to be user-defined & configurable.