---- clemens(a)dwf.com wrote:
> On Sun, 2008-03-30 at 00:00 -0600, clemens(a)dwf.com wrote:
> > It seems that I should be able to find this, but I dont see it
> > (no need, just curious), where does X11 get started for
> > runlevel = 5 ?
> > I dont see it in the 3 startup scripts in /etc/rc.d nor the
> > scripts in /etc/rc.d/rc5.d . It must be there, but I dont
> > see it... and thats iritating...
> Have you looked through: /etc/inittab
Of course I know about inittab.
The REAL question here is where is the line of code that starts it.
It doesnt appear to be in init.d, nor rc.d, tho it could be there via an
In any case, anyone else have a (real) idea where it is started?
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It depends on what you mean by starting X11.
If you are referring to the display manager then the entry that starts it is
# Run xdm in runlevel 5
prefdm is a shell script which will invoke your favorite display manager, usually gdm of
Fedora, which in turn will start the Xorg display server.