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howtos:misc:biffs_slackware_tips [2018/03/04 23:39 (UTC)]
bifferos [Booting the Installer]
howtos:misc:biffs_slackware_tips [2018/03/04 23:47 (UTC)]
bifferos [USB]
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 You just need to change one link in /​etc/​X11/​xinit:​ You just need to change one link in /​etc/​X11/​xinit:​
  
-  ​** Login as root +  * Login as root 
-  ​** cd /​etc/​X11/​xinit +  * cd /​etc/​X11/​xinit 
-  ​** ls  # to look at the WMs available. +  * ls  # to look at the WMs available. 
-  ​** rm xinitrc +  * rm xinitrc 
-  ​** ln xinitrc.<​name>​ xinitrc+  * ln xinitrc.<​name>​ xinitrc
  
 === But I want X to start on boot, how? === === But I want X to start on boot, how? ===
  
-Slackware already has a [[beginners_guide#​start_a_graphical_desktop_environment |great guide]] for this.  You need to change the runlevel in /​etc/​xinittab.+Slackware already has a [[slackware:beginners_guide#​start_a_graphical_desktop_environment |great guide]] for this.  You need to change the runlevel in /​etc/​xinittab.
  
 ===== Networking ===== ===== Networking =====
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-For <​vendor>​ and <​product>​ put the values obtained from running 'lsubs' when you inserted your usb device. ​ Use 'lsusb -v' to get the long form.+For <​vendor>​ and <​product>​ put the values obtained from running 'lsusb' when you inserted your usb device. ​ Use 'lsusb -v' to get the long form of the information. 
 + 
 +Worked example: 
 + 
 +<​code>​ 
 +# lsusb 
 +Bus 005 Device 003: ID 413c:2003 Dell Computer Corp. Keyboard 
 +</​code>​ 
 + 
 +/​etc/​udev/​rules.d/​80-mydellcomputerkeyboard.rules:​ 
 +<​code>​ 
 +ATTRS{idVendor}=="​413c",​ATTRS{idProduct}=="​2003",​MODE="​0666",​GROUP="​users"​ 
 +</​code>​ 
 + 
 +This will allow any users to access that device, which on a multi-user system could be considered insecure but will get you working. 
  
-This will allow any users to access that particular device, which on a multi-user system could be considered insecure but will get you working. 
  
 ===== CD/DVD-ROM drives ===== ===== CD/DVD-ROM drives =====

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