In the last episode (Nov 13), twig les said:
> Hey all, in my /etc/csh.cshrc I have
> xset b off
> which does what I want, which is to tell X to shut up without me
> having to type the command in every X session.  But it seems clumsy
> as it puts up an error "xset: unable to open display """ when I ssh
> in.  I fully understand that this *should* be an error because
> csh.cshrc is a shell init file, I just tried this in .xinitrc and it
> didn't work.  Putting it in
> /usr/X11R6/bin/startx had predictably bad results.
> So anyone know the correct file for this command?

I'm pretty sure .xinitrc is the one you want.  Make sure you run the
command before any session managers etc.  I just tested it and it works
for me.

        Dan Nelson
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