How to run more than one X server instance (RHEL client 6)
OK, problem solved. gdmflexiserver runs an on demand X server.
I didn't realise this but if you switch user from the logout dialogue,
X is actually started on another console, leaving the original login
intact on the original console (i.e., ctrl+alt+functionkey switching).
Am I correct in thinking the original [server] gdm.conf section is deprecated?
On 26 January 2011 03:04, Robert Freeman-Day <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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> You should take a look at this documentation from Gnome:
> On 01/25/2011 06:18 PM, GSO wrote:
>> The usual way to run more than one X server instance is using gdmsetup
>> or with a [servers] 0=Standard 1=Standard etc. section in gdm.conf.
>> As yet gdmconfig is not available for RHEL6 desktop, and I can't (at a
>> fairly quick glance admittedly, I'm not a sys admin) figure out the
>> scheme used to configure gdm by RHEL6 otherwise.
>> I essentially would find it useful to be able to run a xguest kiosk
>> login alongside a normal login.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> "The future will be dominated by the intelligent and the imaginative"
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