nhudson at lunar-linux.org
Thu Aug 14 00:33:50 GMT 2003
Yeah with X 4.3.0 you dont need xfs to run at boot. I prolly need to
take it out all together, but you can still use it if you wish but its
not needed due to fontconfig being with X now.
On Thu, 2003-08-14 at 00:32, Jasper Huijsmans wrote:
> Op do 14-08-2003, om 00:30 schreef johnlowell:
> > Chuck Mead wrote:
> > >
> > > xfs in this case is referring to the x font server
> > >
> > >
> > > --
> > > csm
> > > Lunar Project Lead
> > Thanks, Chuck! Well it looks as though I've messed up. : That certainly
> > should be started at boot. How would I go about changing that choice now
> > so as to get the x font server to start at boot?
> You can get xfs to start at boot time by running
> # chkconfig --add xfs
> However, you don't necessarily need the font server to run X, it will
> run fine without.
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