I'm running FreeBSD 6.2-STABLE #1, compiled locally on Tue May 8 16:39:25 CDT 2007
I was able to use gdmchooser on X.org 7.2, but after upgrade to 7.3 (and GDM 2.20.1) she says "no serving hosts were found" after scanning the local network When I first started this email, I got this from sockstat -l46 | grep 177 lholcombessh-agent 30601 8 udp4 *:177 *:* lholcombegnome-sess 30587 8 udp4 *:177 *:* root Xorg 30570 8 udp4 *:177 *:* root gdm-binary 30569 8 udp4 *:177 *:* root gdm-binary 29955 8 udp4 *:177 *:* Now, after monkeying with it (including a few reboots), I get root gdm-binary 33486 8 udp4 *:177 *:* so it seems that gdm is listening on 177, but the chooser doesn't list the local system as an X server. Instead the chooser reports "no serving hosts were found" I can log in using the greeter, but I'd really like to use the chooser, as I've got several machines running X, and I'm too cheap to buy extra keyboards, and too lazy to move around the office to do my work :) gdm was compiled WITHOUT IPv6 support, and I've got ipv6_enable="NO" in /etc/rc.conf It's gotta be something simple, 'cause I didn't spend much time setting up the chooser originally. But I think I need an extra set of eyes to see what I'm not seeing :) Here is the uncommented part of /usr/local/etc/gdm/custom.conf: [daemon] Greeter=/usr/local/libexec/gdmgreeter RemoteGreeter=/usr/local/libexec/gdmgreeter [security] AllowRemoteRoot=true DisallowTCP=false NeverPlaceCookiesOnNFS=false CheckDirOwner=false [xdmcp] Enable=true [gui] [greeter] IncludeAll=true GraphicalTheme=happygnome-list GraphicalThemeRand=true GraphicalThemes=circles/:happygnome-list/:happygnome [chooser] [debug] Enable=true [servers] 0=Standard [server-Standard] name=Standard server command=/usr/local/bin/X -audit 0 chooser=false handled=true flexible=true priority=0 Thanks for being an extra set of eyes! lane _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"