Re: users and x/gdm
Karsten M. Self declaimed:
> on Tue, Dec 31, 2002 at 03:47:08PM -0500, George Georgalis (email@example.com) wrote:
> > Something seems wrong with the archives at the moment...
> > I just finished walking remote hands through a not so simple x
> > configuration. whew.
> > now a user can 'startx' and use the session, but with gdm the session
> > starts then immediately returns to the gdm login.
> > I presume there is a permissions problem here... how do I enable users
> > with console access (or users in a group) to access (run) the xserver?
> In /etc/X11/Xwrapper.config:
> You should be able to manage this setting with:
> # dpkg-reconfigure xserver-common
> man 5 Xwrapper.config for more information.
I had a similar problem with an account on a RH Linux system. The
solution was to change the last line of my .xsession file from
/usr/bin/blackbox # Works with gdm on my Debian/Sarge system
exec /usr/bin/blackbox # Works with gdm on RH 7/8
The Debian system's /etc/X11/Xwrapper.config file has the line described
by Karsten, the RH system doesn't have that file. Note that I don't know
_why_ my solution works...