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Old 06-27-2014, 11:32 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by cynwulf View Post
I'm now running 5.5-stable with KDE4. Couldn't get KDM to work (it freezes if started via rc.conf.local - I can start it manually from it's init script without problems) so gave up on that and just "startx".

Apart from that, the only problems I've encountered so far is with KDE power manager which fails with some error about dbus / backend and with kmix which I just completely disable.
Hi, I'm using this in /etc/rc.conf.local, and it works perfectly :

# enable KDM at boot instead of XDM
pkg_scripts="$pkg_scripts dbus_daemon kdm"

(my install notes : )

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Old 06-28-2014, 08:00 AM   #17
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That works perfectly thanks.
Old 07-15-2014, 02:29 PM   #18
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As with previous posters, Slackware is my distro of choice, but I keep a headless OpenBSD box around for experimentation.

Slackware and OpenBSD, two great flavors that go great together.
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^ Same here, my favorite Linux and favorite BSD. I've now moved to using spectrwm on both.
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^^ Amen to that! I'm running Slackware on three boxes and OpenBSD on this unit. I love OpenBSD.
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Don't forget about apmd! It's disabled by default, so your CPU will be running at full blast.

It can be activated as such:
apmd -C
To make it permanent, add this to your /etc/rc.conf.local file
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