Re: How do I make xhost changes stick?
Thanks, but I'm still missing something. I appended the line
to /etc/profile, as well as ~/.bash_profile, and neither seems to have
changed anything. I've tried to wade into the bash manual and the bash
doc examples, but it's beyond me.
On 12/19/05, *Tyler Smith* <firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm using Etch with x.org <http://x.org>, xdm, and fluxbox. I've
discovered that I
can't open an X windows after I log into root using su, as when I try to
open emacs to edit a config file. I have to use 'xhost local:' first.
Not a big deal, but I have to do this everytime I log in. Is there a
to make this setting stick between sessions?
put it in your shell's startup file, .profile for sh, ksh, bash, zsh;
.login for csh tcsh
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