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Ok, folks. The dreaded loop-o-death has been vanquished from my system for
In addition I have added a little checking that will intercept an X session
that appeared to end in disaster for the user and throw them into a recovery
we need to come up with at some point, a fail-safe mode. As opposed to a
It was easy beans. I almost hate to devulge it, it was that easy.
See, many of you keep arguing that the complexity of Linux makes it impossible
to stop the loop-o-death. It was the versatility of Linux, a result of the
complexity, that made it just that simple. I don't have a clue why nobody
hasn't implemented this before.
So, what's the next argument against dropping a user into XDM?
E-Mail: Cyberdyn@seul.org Date: 17-Feb-98 Time: 05:27:59
HEAD CRASH!! FILES LOST!!
Details at 11.
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