Subject: re: xmodmap on startup
From: Evan Read (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Aug 09 1999 - 23:54:01 MDT
The change still works, however ;)
I should move it to stop the error but it is no biggie ;)
On Tue, 10 Aug 1999, you wrote:
> >> How does one make the xmodmap changes permanent?
> >> THanks
> > One adds the xmodmap line to one's startup scripts -- usually .tschrc or
> > .bashrc in the user's home folder.
> Okay, now I feel stupid, my fingers out-typed my brain last night. The
> xmodmap line goes in your X startup script -- usually .xinitrc or .Xclients
> or some such. If you try to run it before X is started xmodmap can't connect
> to the X server and will tell you as much.
> A thousand pardons. . .
> Benjamin S. Beachy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Technology Program Coordinator
> San Luis Valley Christian Community Services
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