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I just installed Slackware Linux and it's great..Except I have to login using the console then I need to type startx....How do I get X to start at boot so ...
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    How do I get the KDE graphical login? [SOLVED]


    I just installed Slackware Linux and it's great..Except I have to login using the console then I need to type startx....How do I get X to start at boot so I can use the graphical login?

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    Find this line in your /etc/inittab:

    Code:
    id:3:initdefault:
    and make it look like this:

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    id:5:initdefault:
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    I just tried that and it doesn't work...I still have to start X manually

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    nvm...I set it to 4 and it works....Please lock this topic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny8909
    nvm...I set it to 4 and it works....Please lock this topic
    Good to know...Slack switches init4 and init5. Typically, runlevel 5 is multiuser mode with a graphical login while 4 is not used.

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