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Hi I use mdk 10.1 and I wish to know how can multiple login sessions be started with display. What I mean is that you log on to the same ...
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- 04-18-2005 #1
About multiple logins
- 04-18-2005 #2
It should be an option on the K-menu to start a new session. If you don't have luck there, go to another console using ctrl-alt-F2 (up to F6) and login, then typing startx.
This should work if not, there may be graphics card issues.
- 04-20-2005 #3Originally Posted by bigtomrodney
Fatal sever error. Server already active for display 0. Xlib: connection at ":0.0" refused by server Xlib: Invalid MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 key giving up. xinit: unable to connect to xserver xinit: No such process (errno 3): Server error.
- 04-20-2005 #4
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Well, if you want to run more than one xserver, you have to specify a different virtual display..
so, ctrl+alt+f1 etc to get a new login like before, then type this
Wow, i think this is the first time ive ever really known the answer to a question!
- 04-20-2005 #5Originally Posted by dark_lord_kodd
Can you help me more by telling how can one invoke a specific windowmanager using this command. My system always logs in using KDE with the command you gave.
Secondly, is there any method by which when I log into my system I do not get into a GUI because normally I do not even require one. I think you get my question. To put more simply what I want is that when I boot my box it does not take me to a GUI but instead it should take me to a command prompt something like which you get when you press CTRL ALT F1 etc.