thx for your comments. I installed suse with KVM and all works
good and performant. Vserver and KDE4 is something for specialists .. ;)
* Art -kwaak- van Breemen schrieb:
> On Thu, Nov 17, 2011 at 12:33:43PM +0100, Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> > On Sun, Nov 13, 2011 at 12:22:43PM +0100, Ekkard Gerlach wrote:
> > > I've set up in Suse-Yast, that XDM not starts X11, X11 should not
> > > run in the vserver, only KDM. X is taken from the clients.
> > > Clients are Suse, Debian with XFCE, Xming under Windows, etc.
> > you're aware that xdm/gdm/kdm require an X11 to display
> > on, so they 'normally' start one (or a number of them)
> > read: I have no clue what you plan to do :)
> I would start with just getting xdm to run. The biggest problem I
> see here is yast. Yast is a complete waiste of having config
> files: if you fix a config file, it will happily overwrite it
> with something it sees fit to bother you with.
> Use xdm as the XDMCP handler. Play with yast until
> /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers contains no x-servers anymore, and until
> the resources of xdm do not contain:
> DisplayManager.requestPort: 0
> On debian it's /etc/X11/xdm/xdm-config.
> You can check if that works by lsof the xdm and see if it
> If you are that far, then you have succeeded into making yast
> clear you want to do xdmcp and no local xservers, now you can try
> to select another display manager :-).
> If there is any way to be able to not use yast, than try it, but
> my experience is that it's hard.
Received on Sat Nov 26 22:51:19 2011