Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: Linux for Dummies?
Author: Brent Simmons Posted: 12/15/1998; 4:01:27 PM Topic: Linux for Dummies? Msg #: 1290 (In response to 749) Prev/Next: 1289 / 1291
Because I've had to re-arrange my computers after getting the new honker, I turned off the Linux machine to move it.
After re-booting, I'm getting weird behavior.
It insists on booting me straight into KDE. I get a window prompting me to login. I don't want to boot directly to KDE, I want to choose when to startx.
Also: when I log out of KDE, I get that same login window asking me to get back into KDE. So I can't seem to leave KDE. I'm bugged, and I don't recall making a change that would cause this. What do I have to edit to get back to my preferences? (They key is, this machine is using a different monitor now, and I need to get out of X to change my video mode.)
Finally: I started xeyes, just for kicks, and now I can't quit. This app has no menu, no windows, even, just a pair of eyes watching my mouse. How do I quit it? If log out of KDE and back in -- xeyes re-starts!
There are responses to this message:
- Re: Linux for Dummies?, Mike Murry, 12/15/1998; 4:47:15 PM
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