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Re: Problems with Xorg restarting after KDE logout



On Sun, 2007-09-23 at 19:24 +0200, Adalbert Prokop wrote:
> Martin Marques wrote on Saturday 22 September 2007:
> 
> > I've experienced problems with logouts (any user) on my FC6. Basically,
> > X crashes and I end up in a terminal. From there I can start X again
> > without a problem but on logout I don't get the kdm login screen.
> 
> > Looking at the logs I found something very peculiar:
> 
> > When starting X and kdm ffom boot I see this in the Xorg.0.log:
> 
> > [Log messages killed]
> 
> > But when I logout and X has to restart I get this:
> 
> > [Even more log messages killed]
> 
> I also have no clue about the real cause, but as far as I know X does not 
> perform a restart on logout, only a reset. But you can force a restart by 
> setting TerminateServer=true in the apriopriate section of kdmrc. It 
> worth a try.
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I believe that you are wrong in both events...

# grep Terminate /etc/kde/kdm/kdmrc
#TerminateServer=true

that is the default and thus, if you are using kdm, the default is to
restart kdm upon logout.

Is the OP in runlevel 5 ?

Is the OP really using kdm ?

Craig


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