On Tue, 23 Dec 2003 02:02, Robert Huff wrote:
> Malcolm Kay writes:
> >  If you start 'xdm' at boot time you can then login as a user
> >  through an X login window. (Often started via /etc/ttys)
>       While many people fo this, it has been (semi-officially)
> discouraged since the days of 2.x.
>                               Robert Huff

What are you regfering to; the method of starting at boot,
or the concept of starting 'xdm' at boot?

As far as the method goes there seems to be two opposing
"official" points of view! Besides which the distributed version
of /etc/ttys has preparation for this.

Malcolm Kay
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