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Newsgroups: comp.unix.sco.misc
From: Jean-Pierre Radley <jpr@jpr.com>
Subject: Re: Yet another X problem (more precisely, scologin)
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 18:10:48 GMT
Message-ID: <20001121131048.B6128@jpradley.jpr.com> 
References: <dryan-2011000911430001@cas1-156.snlo.dialup.slonet.org>
<dryan-2111000736120001@cas1-178.snlo.dialup.slonet.org> Diller propounded (on Tue, Nov 21, 2000 at 07:36:11AM -0800): | | And that was a great tip on the F1 login. Where else in the world would I | have learned that? I'm not quite sure how I might use that login mode, | but it's nice to learn about it. man scologin discusses 'failsafe' procedures.

| I am still unable to use the UNIX button on my (non-root) desktop.  The
| virtual tty just opens and immediately closes.  Root doesn't have any
| problem. The F1 login does work from my personal account.

Can't help you there.  I use tcsh, and have no trouble using a Unix Icon
if and when I have a desktop.  Normally, I run X with the panner, but
without the desktop, and open up about 12 scoterms in different windows
of the panner.


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