| Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2006 12:20:00 +0000
| From: "Kevin Chen" <kevin2600 at gmail.com>
|[ ... ]
| even I did as manual said change (mingetty) to (/usr/local/sbin/qingy) , but
| nothing happend? Can somebody help me out please!?
two obvious(?) questions:
1. is the path /usr/local/sbin/qingy correct?
i.e., is that where you installed it on yer system?
2. did you remember to do a `telinit q' to tell
init (telinit, getit?) to re-read /etc/inittab ?
see the init(8)/telinit(8) manual page for
details: man telinit
also, why do you think "nothing happened"?
i.e., how does what is (supposed to) happen differ
from what actually did happen?
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