How to start X-Windwos on boot (II) + vnc

From: VillÚn Pizarro, Julia <>
Date: Wed Jul 24 2002 - 08:53:07 EDT
Ok, thanks a lot  for all the answers. Now I know that is:5:initdefault
sets up run level to 5 and makes the system power-off (it works for linux
thought), and that the script that starts up the system is
/etc/rc2.d/S99dtlogin. Also about doing /usr/dt/bin/dtconfig -e.

I have this script right, I think, the problem is that I get this

"Can't stop any listenning sockets. Make sure X-server is not already

I think this could be because  I usually use vnc sessions and I might
have sessions hanged, really don't know, but I think it could be related.
Any ideas about this?

Thanks a lot.


   -----Mensaje original-----
  De:     Villin Pizarro, Julia 
  Enviado el:     miircoles, 24 de julio de 2002 10:15
  Para:   ''
  Asunto: How to start X-Windwos on boot

  Hi all!

  I'm trying to startup X-Windows on boot, by writing on the /etc/inittab
  is:5:initdefault: instead of

  I was told this is the way to do it, but what I got was that on boot
  the machine comes down and stops againg.
  Do you know how to do this safetly?

  Thanks a lot.

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