John B Brown
jbb at vcn.com
Sat Jun 19 21:45:06 PDT 2010
On 6/19/10 6:25 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Jun 19, 2010, at 10:11, John B Brown wrote:
>> After the first few start-ups after installing XQuartz I decided I didn't need an XQuartz xterm starting automatically. I set XQuartz to start nothing. xterm still starts automatically. Possibly this is an XQuartz problem but the weirdness now includes a full screen xterm starting. This last twist is since the Mac OS X 10.6.4 update.
> Have you already tried the usual instructions for disabling the auto-starting xterm?
Following the directions on the forum, I commented out the bottom of
the xinitrc script from twm & to the last line of xterm starts. There is
no change; a small xterm screen still presents after login.
Is there some other place XQuartz looks for login scripts to start X
things? I've set XQuartz to start on login and configured it to start
nothing using the Applications/Customize' feature under the icon. Might
there be another xinitrc script for XQuartz?
John B. Brown.
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