Re: startx toasts AfterStep start directory

Dagmar d'Surreal (dagmar@estates.ml.org)
Mon, 21 Sep 1998 15:40:14 -0500 (CDT)


On Mon, 21 Sep 1998, David Mihm wrote:

> 	RH uses m4 processing to do an availability check of programs you
> have installed before it creates the (start)menu.  This is called from
> within the /etc/ X start-up scripts which check to see if you have a
> ~/.xinitrc before it does it's processing.  If you do, the script calls
> your config (pressuming it is +x).
> HTH 

Hmm... Sounds like RedHat tampering with the way AS works now.  :(