> > > and use XDM on login only when networked ??
> > >
> > > I want X remotly if I'm connected to headless1
> > >
> > > P
> > what you could do maybe if you're tight on space, is install
> the X server
> > only, ie just XF86_whatever (~3MB). AFAIK the only other file you'd need
> > is
> > /etc/XF86Config. Then run X -broadcast to search for an XDM on the
> > network.
> Works for me, what about checking the networked status to NFS mount
> LoadsaUsefulStuff (TM) and trigger the use of X as opposed to terminal ?
Can you do something like an rc.local which does
mount blah:/usr/useful/stuff /usr/useful
if [ -x /usr/useful/XF86_SVGA ] then
(there will be a timeout on the first one if it's on a different network
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