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Hello, I din't find any solution in the FAQ so I'm asking here: I'm searching a possibility to easy-connect to some UNIX-Servers using XDisplayManager login (not ssh-tunneling). It works in Xdarwin which was not connected to Apple but with xdarwin.org with following command line: /usr/X11R6/bin/XDarwinStarup -fullscreen -nostartx -query unix.server.to.connect In Xdarwin which comes with OS-X 10.3 there is neither an option -nostartx nor -fullscreen wich prevents from starting a local windowmanager and to switch to fullscreen-mode. In the moment I use the following solution with the "new" Xdarwin: I start by starting the X11.app, switching to fullscreen, quitting X11.app and typing the command line /usr/X11R6/bin/X -query unix.server.to.connect This seems to be a little too complicated. Is there is simplier solution? Is there a possibility to add a X11query.app which has a preference-pane for selecting an XDM-Server and a fontserver to connect with (and a switch between fullscreen and rootless). This application should not start a local windowmanager. Thanx for you help Volker Schmidt _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. X11-users mailing list (email@hidden) This email sent to email@hidden
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