I am starting with Solaris 10 and I have few quick questions:
1)I wanted to use xinit to try to customize my own X windows session, so I went:
but it didn't work. Only after I added /usr/openwin/bin to the path and typed xinit did I start Xwindows.
What is the difference between these two methods?
2)Where are all the windows managers located? The only one I was able to call from the command line is twm
3) This one's driving me crazy: When I am initially loging in, I only have limited amount of time to login at the command line and than I am taken to the GUI login. Where is this feature controlled from? I would like to turn it off, login at the command line and start xwindows when I feel like it.
4) OK, this one's kinda wierd: My users' home is in export/home, and that's fine, I don't have problem with that. But than if I login as a user, say user1, there is also a usr1 directory in /home. When I login as root, /home is empty. What gives?
5) Does a root have a home directory? If not, where do I configure my Backspace key to erase, so I don't have to
every time I log in as a root.