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Re: [vox-tech] debian X question

begin William Kendrick <nbs@sonic.net> 
> On Wed, Dec 19, 2001 at 03:14:59PM -0800, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > ok, henry and bill -- thanks!   :)   on one hand, it sucks that there's no
> > "admin tool".  on the other hand, i think i like this way better because it's
> > hard remembering the name of all these admin tools that have popped up over
> > the years in various distros.  i like having to remember just one thing.
> > .xinitrc.   :)
> > 
> > i'll check out kdm.  i assume it's for kde only and gdm is for gnome only and
> > xdm is for anything?
> Not really... KDM and GDM are pretty interchangable (although, as I said,
> KDM seems more configurable).  You can use KDM and GDM to log into
> E, FVWM, IceWM, whatever...
> It's just that they come with KDE and Gnome, respectively, and use
> Qt and GTK+, respectively.
ok, thanks bill!

> BTW, you're playing with the Demo box, eh?  Don't break it!  There's a
> demo Saturday!  Gimp and sound better still be working by then! :)
> *glare*
> ;)
i'm treating her as my own...  no, strike that.  i'm treating her as a lugod
demo box.  i've actually installed X...   ;)


ps- gimp and sound already work.  any other requests?  i've already intalled
"the obvious".  and now that the drive is partitioned sanely, we have lots
and lots of room for goodies.

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