Gene Heskett wrote: > I wish I had your luck girl, or some of it would rub off on me. Its > been a while but I don't recall even being able to do startx as > gene, ISTR it brought up the X in the middle of the screen, and then > went away in another 2-3 seconds. Something else is wrong if you can't run startx as a normal user. SELinux isn't that restrictive. You'd really want to look at the errors on the console or in the X log to see why it failed. > Things would be a heck of a lot easier to test if I could just goto > tty2's screen, login as gene, and start a second session of x as me. Why can't you? Are you specifying a different displaynumber? > But that upchucked and rebooted me the last time I had that oh so > brilliant idea. It's rather hard to guess what all would have to be broken for that to happen. It's certainly not normal. :) > That would probably need more ram and this board is tapped out at > 1gb of ram now. 1GB of memory is more than enough to run two X sessions comfortably. You can even configure GDM to start two login windows. Or use the gdmflexiserver to launch a new login from withing your current login session. -- Todd OpenPGP -> KeyID: 0xBEAF0CE3 | URL: www.pobox.com/~tmz/pgp ====================================================================== Gun control to end crime is like abolishing sex to prevent rape.
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