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Old 04-28-2008, 05:11 PM
John Wojnaroski
 
Default Turning off Gnome and other stuff

Hi.

Just did a Centos5.1 on a dual-core 64 bit machine, sweet!!!

But would like to turn off the desktop and just about all the programs
started when the X server is fired up. The machine will be driving a
full scale 737NG cockpit flight simulator and we really don't need
anything beyond the X server and an xorg.conf file to setup the two
dual-headed graphics cards.


The cockpit will be controlled from a remote instructor's station and we
do NOT want anything showing up on cockpit displays other than what is
present in the actual cockpit, no screen login prompts, no menus, no
desktops, icons, frames, pop-ups, screensaveres, etc. Any window
manager if present must allow the apps to render all opengl displays in
a "full screen" mode.

Started through the init, startup, and Xsessions scripts and files to
shut things down, but kept having problems following all the sequences,
scripts, and finding where everything was located, not to mention error
and warning msgs. In addition, it appears the Gnome program or whatever
may be over-riding and restoring configurations.


Thought of posting to the Gnome users forums, but since this is what
Centos setup during the install and RH has a slightly different way of
organizing files and scripts, decided to start here with the question.


Is there a simple way to turn all the applets and such off and start
from the command line? Idea is to come up with a default level of 3 via
the inittab, due a remote login and then a command line entry "startx &"
to start the X server, possibly a minimum window manager, and then go
right into the sim programs.


Regards
John W.

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Old 04-28-2008, 05:25 PM
"Dennis McLeod"
 
Default Turning off Gnome and other stuff

Um, I don't know the answer, but I want one too......(737 Flight
simulator....)
Dennis

-----Original Message-----
From: centos-bounces@centos.org [mailto:centos-bounces@centos.org] On Behalf
Of John Wojnaroski
Sent: Monday, April 28, 2008 10:12 AM
To: CentOS mailing list
Subject: [CentOS] Turning off Gnome and other stuff

Hi.

Just did a Centos5.1 on a dual-core 64 bit machine, sweet!!!

But would like to turn off the desktop and just about all the programs
started when the X server is fired up. The machine will be driving a full
scale 737NG cockpit flight simulator and we really don't need anything
beyond the X server and an xorg.conf file to setup the two dual-headed
graphics cards.

The cockpit will be controlled from a remote instructor's station and we do
NOT want anything showing up on cockpit displays other than what is present
in the actual cockpit, no screen login prompts, no menus, no desktops,
icons, frames, pop-ups, screensaveres, etc. Any window manager if present
must allow the apps to render all opengl displays in a "full screen" mode.

Started through the init, startup, and Xsessions scripts and files to shut
things down, but kept having problems following all the sequences, scripts,
and finding where everything was located, not to mention error and warning
msgs. In addition, it appears the Gnome program or whatever may be
over-riding and restoring configurations.

Thought of posting to the Gnome users forums, but since this is what Centos
setup during the install and RH has a slightly different way of organizing
files and scripts, decided to start here with the question.

Is there a simple way to turn all the applets and such off and start from
the command line? Idea is to come up with a default level of 3 via the
inittab, due a remote login and then a command line entry "startx &"
to start the X server, possibly a minimum window manager, and then go right
into the sim programs.

Regards
John W.

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CentOS@centos.org
http://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos

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