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xdm kicks me out of my Xserver!

Posted on 1997-09-30
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i have set my /etc/inittab to include xdm
on tty1, and can logon just fine.

the problem is, when it starts X, then puts me back to xdm.
i check the `xdm-errors' file and X says:

    AUDIT: (date): (pid) X: client 2 rejected from local host

what can I do? i want full X.

Thanks, bromone4
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Why dont you try to put xdm in /etc/rc.local?
It works for me, no problem.
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thks
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by:bromone4
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Wait a minute... i don't want to load `login' or even `bash' because i have only 8 megs and i want it all!! all !!!
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