Re: esd problem
- From: "Yo 'Ric Dude" <ericmit ix netcom com>
- To: "Brian J. Murrell" <gnome-list-in interlinx bc ca>
- CC: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: esd problem
- Date: Sun, 07 Feb 1999 21:17:25 +0000
"Brian J. Murrell" wrote:
> from the quill of "Yo 'Ric Dude" <firstname.lastname@example.org> on scroll
> > I have esd started in the xdm/GiveConsole script and killed in the
> > xdm/TakeConsole script. I understand gdm has corresponding scripts.
> I believe there is also a way to "release ownership" of esd. IIRC there
> is a signal that when sent to esd will tell it to back into "first one
> to connect gets me" mode.
That would be "killall -HUP esd", however, recent E/gnome snapshots
haven't seemed to be happy about that setup.
I'm still claiming that whichever program starts it should kill it.
If the wm starts it, it should kill it when it terminates. Same for
gnome-session, xdm/gdm, init, whatever...
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