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Re: SEUL: Stopping dreams
> > I would probably stick it in .bash_login which is only invoked on a login
> > shell. This prevents you from being troubled by the message when you spawn
> > an xterm. Also, bash will execute what it finds in .bash_logout when you
> > log out to shut the x server down.
> this idea keeps looking better. :)
No. This idea does nothing but make things complicated. If you were
presented with a text-based login setup as you were first introduced to the
greatest OS of all time, supposedly a Windoze-killer, would you be
impressed? I thought not.
XDM has been, is, and will be the way to do logins. This is what XDM was
designed for. Please, stop wasting time on this non-problem. There are
more pressing issues.
Also, please try to make sure that replies are sent to seul-dev-ui, and
that the To: lines are cleaned up. I'm personally getting 2 or three
copies of every message sent, which gets tiring.
Erik Walthinsen <email@example.com> - SEUL Project system architect
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