I found that there is some problem with xsm restarting twm within a session. I tried everything I could think of but twm always dumps core when its restarted by xsm. Twm only works correctly when a Fail Safe session is started by xsm. I figured out how to eliminate the session dialog after I logged in by adding "xsm -session Default" in my .xsession, but when twm dumps core, it leaves the session locked, and that prevents me from subsequently automatically logging into the Default session.
I ended up just running twm from my .xsession and not using xsm at all. It seems to work fine.
If anyone has a workaround for these problems, let me know.
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From: Lowell Gilbert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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To: "Anthony Discolo" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Subject: Re: FreeBSD 5.2: How do I automatically restart twm with the Default session?
Date: 31 Jan 2004 12:28:47 -0500
"Anthony Discolo" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Everytime I log in twm asks me to load the Default session. Is there > any way I can have it automatically load it (maybe something in the > ~/.twmrc)? > > I've also run into problems with reloading the Default session. > Sometimes twm dumps core. If I load the Fail Safe session, it seems > to work fine.
Is this actually twm as installed from the base X packages? Are you starting it from xdm(1) or startx(1)? What does your .xsession or .xinitrc look like? Does removing your personal .twmrc have any effect?
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