On Wed, 29 Jul 2009 19:04:23 +0300, thanos trompoukis <atr0...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The .xinitrc exists and contains this: startkde
This should be okay for the "startx" command, but display managers
such as xdm and kdm aren't interested in it.
> The .xsession does not exists.
This file is needed for display managers.
> What am I suppose to do now?
> I have no Idea.
It's quite easy. Create or modify so you have this:
This assumes that your shell is the C shell, FreeBSD's standard
dialog shell. This file is used by the display managers, such as
xdm. It sources your user's C shell settings from .cshrc so you
have these settings in X when, for example, you're starting an X
terminal. Then it continues running as .xinitrc ("exec" statement).
This file is used when giving the "startx" command from the text
mode console or executed after login by a display manager, such
as xdm. It continues running as the "startkde" command, which is
supposed to launch your KDE session.
After creating the files, run
% chmod +x .xinitrc .xsession
Now you can
to start X and KDE, or use xdm or kdm - no matter which solution
you use, the config files are prepared to cope with both situations.
>From Magdeburg, Germany
Happy FreeBSD user since 4.0
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