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Re: how to startx at boot time

On Sunday 03 July 2005 22:07, Khanh Cao Van <cvkhanh@gmail.com>
(<[🔎] 5fd642fc05070321076aed94de@mail.gmail.com>) wrote:

> I' tried change the run level in /etc/inittab to 5 but my PC did not
> boot in X at boot time . Ofcause I've install all gnome and x windows
> and could startx by hand .

Did you install 'gdm'?   (Or 'kdm' or 'xdm'?)

> How should I do ?

What does

  ls -l /etc/rc?.d/S??[gkx]dm

say?  This command will list symbolic links to (what should be) the display
manager init script.  I get:

lrwxr-xr-x  1 root root 13 Jan 13 22:13 /etc/rc5.d/S99kdm -> ../init.d/kdm*

(I have configured my system so that X (kdm) is the started only in
runlevel 5.  This is not the Debian default.)

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