On Tue October 28 2008, Bill Nottingham wrote: > 2) From a logical standpoint, the first tty should be for the most > important user interaction. If you're booting in text mode, that's a getty. > If you're booting with a GUI login... that's the GUI. But this does not work if someone firsts boots into text mode and then starts the GUI, either via startx or switching the runlevel. I doubt that someone starts the GUI from the TUI without the intent to use the GUI afterwards. The logic does also not work if someone wants to use any other tty than the current one, because the one the user switches to will always become the one used for the most important user interaction. ;-) Regards, Till
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