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Old 27th March 2013
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For OpenBSD, xdm(1) can be started at boot time by adding the following line to /etc/rc.conf.local:
For automatically starting XFCE at log in from the xdm login screen, an .xsession file containing the same startup line(s) as in the .xinitrc file is needed in the $HOME directory. For example, using ln(1) to have two file names for the same file:
$ cd $HOME
$ ln .xinitrc .xsession
... I successfully installed OpenBSD 5.1...
FYI: OpenBSD 5.1 will be end-of-life on or about 1 May 2013, when OpenBSD 5.3 is expected to be released.
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