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Re: X11 file locations

> > Speaking of X and standards, runlevel 3 in Debian is xdm, but it's 5 in
> > redhat, what's it in default XFree86?  And that should probably be
> > standardized(?)
> XFree86 provides xdm, but not the method for starting it. If you dig
> deep enough into the docs, there is a suggestion to use /etc/inittab
> to start it, but I don't think that any of the distributions are really
> doing it that way.

Do u mean this ?

RedHat 5.2  /etc/initab

# Run xdm in runlevel 5
x:5:respawn:/usr/bin/X11/xdm -nodaemon    

Pofeng Lee, 李柏鋒, mailto:pofeng.lee@ms7.url.com.tw
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