mark at darklogik.org
Fri Feb 4 22:21:30 PST 2005
> Actually, I have a question. I'm in the middle of upgrading my
> dataserver, and I'm building ports on ttyv2,3&5. I have xdm
> running on ttyv8. I just finished installing wdm (on ttyv4) and
> I edited /etc/ttys to run wdm on ttyv8 instead of xdm. Is there
> a way to reset ttyv8 so that it loads wdm without rebooting (or
> otherwise mess up what I'm doing on the other v consoles)?
Have you tried just killing xdm?
Otherwise, the handbook says that
# kill -HUP 1
will cause init to re-read /etc/ttys but as I've never needed to do this
I'm not sure if it will disrupt anything.
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