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Re: [K12OSN] Re: K12OSN Digest, Vol 38, Issue 5

Using KDE as the default desktop does not necessarily mean kdm is being used instead of gdm. I think that unless you specify kdm, gdm is used even if KDE is set as the default desktop. Both are set in /etc/sysconfig/desktop, thusly:


IIRC, to set kdm as the display manager, you set DISPLAYMANAGER="KDE", and that's not a typo, KDE is specified, not KDM. But it's been a while so test it, don't take my word for it.

Not that that really helps your problem. Do you get the same result if the client uses gnome instead of kde?

xmechanic wrote:

Re: [K12OSN] Strange glitch in X on LTSP server
Peter Scheie <peter scheie homedns org>
Wed, 04 Apr 2007 12:08:05 -0500
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Thanks Petre,
I've tried rebooting and I haven't made any changes to gdm. It does this consistently since it was installed. Maybe the servers video drivers are wacky? Card is a nVidia G-Force 6200 AGP 8x, and from past experience on other distributions, nVidia is always pretty well supported. Incidentally, I'm running K desktop on both the server and clients exclusively to reduce the amount of configuration I have to do, so theoretically, gdm wouldn't even be involved, correct?. kdm is the default.

I've seen this before after making changes to gdm and then running gdm-restart or similar. Rebooting the server at a convenient time (when there are no users) always seems to fix it.


xmechanic wrote:
I have a demo system setup at the local school here with 2 terminals and
a test server with an AMD 1800+ and 512mb of RAM. System is set up with
K12LTSP ver. 5.0. Everything is working ok for the most part, but when a
client logs off and the terminal goes back to the login screen, the
screen on the server goes blank and then comes up with a message that
there is already an X-server running on TTY1. I can do ctrl+alt+F7 and
get back to my existing desktop, but it would be nice to find a fix for
this. Any ideas? Thanks!

Dave Land
Land Computer Service

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