#debian - Mon 30 Apr 2007 between 04:48 and 05:09

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GhostlyDeath_\amethyst: Just langauge stuff it seems
BaseXsession=/etc/gdm/Xsession ?
wtf kind of word is session?
industreuner, my postgrelsq-8.1 isntallation on locale en_IN is showing the error message like
bvmhow frequent are kernel changes in testing?
induhark, http://paste.debian.net/26828
Guerinbvm: as frequent as necessary
GhostlyDeath_I think gdm.conf doesn't have what I need
\amethystGhostlyDeath_: hmm.. perhaps /etc/X11/Xsession.d/99x11-common_start
induhark, streuner shall I post a bug on this?
GhostlyDeath_\amethyst: checking /etc/gdm/Xsession.sh now
-.sh
harkindu: yeah, looks like it
\amethystGhostlyDeath_: It might be hard to catch where the script ends... the SESSIONFILES loop near the end
actually, aha
tuvwhat is the current modern linux software raid managment tool? mdadm?
GhostlyDeath_\amethyst: ?
How about /etc/X11/Xsession.d/55gnome-session_gnomerc
\amethystGhostlyDeath_: create a new script in Xsession.d called something like 96aoss with something like STARTUP="/usr/bin/aoss $STARTUP"
GhostlyDeath_has gnome-session in it
if [ "$BASESTARTUP" = gnome-session -o \
\amethystGhostlyDeath_: Then when the last script does exec $STARTUP (note the lack of quotes), aoss will get called with the rest of the command as its argument
GhostlyDeath_: I think doing this in a separate file is the cleanest way
s/argument/arguments/
GhostlyDeath_\amethyst: Other files have 99 in it?
wouldn't they be execed last?
\amethystGhostlyDeath_: Yes, the exec doesn't happen until the very last script
GhostlyDeath_oh yeah
I see
exec $STARTUp
\amethystGhostlyDeath_: so you just have to change STARTUP in an earlier script :)
by sticking "/usr/bin/aoss " in front of it
GhostlyDeath_What flags does the file have to be?
need's x or X flag?
\amethystGhostlyDeath_: shouldn't need +x because it's sourced rather than executed
GhostlyDeath_I'll check it out
brb
\amethystmost of the others are just 644
jrockwayhey all, can i install debian onto a RAID1 LVM and have it boot properly even if a disk fails (and i unplug it)?
GhostlyDeath\amethyst: nope

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