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Old 02-23-2001, 09:04 AM   #1
Ian Benjamin
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I am using Red Hat 6.0, with graphic login enabled. I would like to know the difference between logging in using options=>sessions=>default and options =>sessions=>gnome. The reason I ask is that the log out button stopped working on my gnome panel. When I logged back in using the default session, the button began working again. I have looked at the /etc/x11/xdm Xsession script, and I believe this is where the different choices are activated. There are no .xsession or .Xclients files in my home directory. Could there be some kind of bad settings in the /usr/bin/gnome-session file?
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