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rc81d34a rd09eb9b 90 90 </para> 91 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 92 98 <bridgehead renderas="sect4">Optional Runtime Dependencies</bridgehead> 93 99 <para role="optional"> 94 <xref linkend="dbus"/>, and 95 a notification daemon such as 100 A notification daemon such as 96 101 <xref linkend="notification-daemon"/> or 97 102 <xref linkend="xfce4-notifyd"/> … … 157 162 <para> 158 163 The X session starts on the first unused virtual terminal, normally vt7. 159 You can switch to a vtn (n=1, 2, ...) simultaneously pressing the keys 160 Ctrl-Alt-Fn. To switch back to the X session, normally started at vt7, 161 use Ctrl-Alt-F7. If started from vt1 (the usual case), you will see many 162 messages there, including X starting messages, applications automatically 163 started with the session, and eventually, some warning and error 164 messages. You may prefer to redirect those messages to a log file, which 165 not only will keep vt1 uncluttered, but also can be used for debug 166 purposes. This can be done starting X with: 164 You can switch to another vt<emphasis>n</emphasis> simultaneously 165 pressing the keys Ctrl-Alt-F<emphasis>n</emphasis> 166 (<emphasis>n</emphasis>=1, 2, ...). To switch back to the X session, 167 normally started at vt7, use Ctrl-Alt-F7. The vt where the command 168 <command>startx</command> was executed will display many messages, 169 including X starting messages, applications automatically started with 170 the session, and eventually, some warning and error messages. You may 171 prefer to redirect those messages to a log file, which not only will keep 172 the initial vt uncluttered, but can also be used for debug purposes. This 173 can be done starting X with: 167 174 </para> 168 175 169 176 <screen><userinput>startx &> ~/.x-session-errors</userinput></screen> 170 177 171 <para> 172 You may wish to drop consolekit and/or dbus-launch, e.g., just using 173 startlxde in .~/.xinitrc, but some functionalities such as mount/umount 174 file systems from a file manager will not be possible, or the reboot 175 option will be absent or not functioning, between other problems. 176 </para> 177 178 <para> 179 Because X is (normally) on vt7, when you shutdown the vt is switched back 180 to that one where the command starting it was executed. In this case, if 181 you wish to see the shutdown messages, simultaneously press keys Alt-F7, 182 because normally those messages appear on the vt where X was running. 178 <note> 179 <para> 180 You may wish to drop consolekit and/or dbus-launch, e.g., just using 181 startlxde in .~/.xinitrc, but some functionalities such as mount/umount 182 file systems from a file manager will not be possible, or the reboot 183 option will be absent or not functioning, between other problems. 184 </para> 185 </note> 186 187 <para> 188 When shutting down or rebooting, the stopping messages appear on the vt 189 where X was running. If you wish to see those messages, simultaneously 190 press keys Alt-F7 (assuming that X was running on vt7). 183 191 </para> 184 192
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