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Old 30th September 2012, 08:25 PM
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LiveConsoleSpin: Loading DVTM by default?

Heyas

As described in the title, i'd like to know how to load/start dvtm right after terminal login?

The "emergency" solution of doing:
Code:
echo "dvtm" >> $HOME/.bashrc
Is not the best one as i assume.

Previous to SysD, i would have looked into /etc/init.d, but now clueless.

Thank you in advance.
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