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Old 08-08-2003, 10:28 PM   #1
Tutilupo
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Noatun Starts at Boot


Many thanks to those who have helped me before. I've yet another thing I am murky on. I boot into X gnome automatically. When I do Noatun starts. Why? I want it to stop. Please help me make it stop.

I looked in all the rc.d files and could find no reference for noatun. I looked for .xsession and .xinitrc but couldn't find either of them on my redhat 9.0 box. Wheres shall I point my shell to next?


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