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Old 21st September 2006, 09:43 AM
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Can I run a Display Manager and Window Manager without running X?

Newbie here.

I am currently accessing my Fedora 5 box remotely via XDMCP (Xming on XP)

Is it possible to run my box at init 3, and still run a display manager to provide a login screen for XDMCP, and a window manager to manage the remote desktop?

Very new to all this so apologies if I have my terminology mixed up.

Many thanks
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