kdm on bootup
krylon at gmx.net
Fri Jun 27 07:53:39 PDT 2003
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On Friday, 27. June 2003 15:15, Chris wrote:
> >>>The corresponding entry in my /etc/ttys looks like this:
> >>>ttyv8 "/usr/X11R6/bin/xdm -nodaemon" xterm off secure
> >No - did you also change "off" to "on"? Tell your kernel to reread
> >/etc/ttys (among others):
> Ahhh, my bad,. I didn't set the "off" to "on". Thanks much to all that
> offered me answers on this one.
Uh, that was my bad as well. ;-/ I wonder why my entry in /etc/ttys was set
to "off" ("uuuuh, it really makes me wonder...").
What makes me wonder is that xdm *does* start up correctly on my machine... I
can only think of Linux having problems reading UFS-partitions, but I cannot
really imagine Linux coming up with such *weird* read-errors...
Well, I'm glad your problem is solved now,
"Der Hoffnung beraubt sein,
heißt noch nicht - verzweifeln."
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