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If you wish, you may use the X Desktop Manager
xdm'') to start up the X Window System automatically
at system boot time. This allows your Linux system to always run under X
(although you can switch from the GUI to the regular consoles with
and then back again to the GUI with
as needed). This is a nice way of providing an attractive and friendly
environment for you and your users, and avoid having to type
startx'' all the time.
To enable xdm, simply edit the
'' file and change
the line that reads "
to the following:
The above change will switch Linux to run level 5 upon system boot
up; this run level, by default, will start xdm. You may also wish to
check your ``
probably near the bottom, to ensure the following line is present:
If you have enabled xdm and wish to use a higher ``bpp'' value than
the default of 8 (and your video card and monitor will support it), you
will need to modify the
'' file as
:0 local /usr/X11R6/bin/X -bpp 24
The above change will start the xdm at 24 bits per pixel.
You may also wish to edit the
and with a ``
#'' character, comment out the line that
xbanner'' as shown:
This will prevent the default xdm banner screen from displaying for a split second between KDE sessions. Aesthestics, I know, but...
Tip: Tip: Sometimes you may find it necessary to switch back to the console (for example, certain games run under the console but not under X). There are two ways of doing this. To temporarily switch away from X to the console, press
<Alt><F1>, and to switch back to X again, press
<Alt><F7>. Or, if you wish to terminate X altogether (thus freeing up your available memory), you can type ``
/sbin/telinit 3'' as "root" to switch the system run-level; this tells XDM to terminate. To switch back, type ``
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