I use alias in ~/.bashrc:
alias startx="xinit -- /usr/bin/X -nolisten tcp"
instead original /usr/bin/startx and all works fine.
Just want to ask - all right?
Really, my WM running from ~/.xinitrc and all programs works fine.
Last edited by Pooh-Bah (2011-07-15 16:17:25)
If it works for you, I have no problems with it :-)
In case you forget what 'startx' does (e.g. why it doesn't work as expected), you can
[karol@black ~]$ type startx startx is aliased to `xinit -- /usr/bin/X -nolisten tcp'
On my computer it shows
[karol@black ~]$ type startx startx is /usr/bin/startx