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Re: Unable to start gnome-session at boot
I've fixed it.
Removed "/usr/pkg/share/kde/config/kdm/kdmrc" & linking
ln -sv /usr/pkg/etc/kdm/kdmrc /usr/pkg/share/kde/config/kdm/kdmrc
> which kdm >> /etc/rc.local
Now I get kdm login. However, I see xterm screen (gray on white) for 2-3
seconds before kdm loads, how do I remove it.
On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 11:14 AM, dave shar <netbsd.amd64%gmail.com@localhost>
> Been there done that, it doesnt work.
> On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 6:19 PM, Thomas Adam <thomas%xteddy.org@localhost>
>> On 3 January 2011 03:12, dave shar <netbsd.amd64%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > I've install gnome-session and configured it as per the handbook. I
>> > boot to gnome-session. I start it with
>> > startx
>> > How do I get gnome-session at boot.
>> Since you're using startx, create ~/.xinitrc and add a line in there.
>> Treat it as a shell-script, hence +x, and:
>> gnome-settings-daemon &
>> foo &
>> exec fvwm
>> (or whatever WM you happen to use.)
>> -- Thomas Adam
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