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Old 01-20-2004, 11:18 PM   #1
illtbagu
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How to autostart 2 X/gdm sesions


My apologies beforehand if I my lack of understanding X and gdm reflect upon this question.

I can manually enter in
startx -- :1
and this will give me another X session. I would like 2 gdm sessions to be auto started when I boot up. That way my girl can just hit F6 and then she can login without logging me out. right now session 0 is on council F7, I would like X session 1 to be on council F6.

Is this even possible?

The other problem is if I initiate a second X session by using
startx -- :1
and then I switch to X session 0 on F7 it kills my X session 1.

Thanks for any help,
AD

Last edited by illtbagu; 01-20-2004 at 11:42 PM.
 
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