I discovered Debian automates many things when I set up my first minimal install following an Arch guide … I ran into problems trying to fill my ~/.xinitrc file with consolekit launch session commands, xrdb commands to load my resources, dbus-run session commands … These commands are automatically run by scripts added by package manager in /etc/X11/Xsession.d/ folder. So finally understood I don't need an ~/.xinitrc on Debian.
Great tutorial on the topic. The tip to use a keyboard shortcut to open a terminal on the fly…very helpful. Always worth a look with your channel. Rudimentary topics such as shown in this video are really appreciated and I hope to see more. Thanks.
I like this brief explanation. If I could give an opinion, I would say that the main problems – in my opinion – faced by people are because: 1. They do not write a document containing what they learned: – The installation. – Packages selected for installation. – System Configuration. – Packages Configuration. – solved problems. 2. The weak organization and management of the system. Rather than teaching them the subtopics, it is best to teach them the essential skills… https://i.imgur.com/ZYTg0gT.png
I would like to see a brief explanation of Gentoo.
if you're going into X11 through the TTY, you should use `exec startx` not `startx`. If you just use startx, then someone can just switch back to the TTY and hit ctrl+c to get access to your shell. With `exec startx`, your bash session was replaced with xorg, so it just knocks you back to the login screen if you hit ctrl+c.