Eric Crist wrote:
> On Jun 25, 2007, at 7:39 PMJun 25, 2007, Cyrus wrote:
>> ive done this before with Slackware 11, but read up on freebsd on how
>> to do
>> it, and its completley different.  How do I go about having KDM start
>> automaticly on boot?
> Edit /etc/ttys and modify line 45 as follows:
> ttyv8   "/usr/local/bin/kdm "  xterm  on secure
> Save the file, reboot.  Of course, you need to have KDE installed.

Shouldn't have to reboot.  'kill -HUP 1'   should do it. If not,
'shutdown now', hit return,   followed by ^D will do it ...
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