> >This is a nice little package, thanks! What would it take to get it to work
> >more like dtlogin in that dtlogin detects that the user prefers olwm instead
> >of CDE ? In other words, the user logs in via the CDE "Welcome to hostname"
> >but gets the OpenLook graphical environment instead. It seems to key on
> >the contents of $HOME/.dt/sessions/lastsession .
> I have no idea, but it should not be too difficult. I'm sure that somebody
> could do it.
OK. I may take a stab at it myself, but I will have to setup a test machine;
I can't use this particular machine as a testbed.
I realize that somewhere in there you just need to run $OPENWINHOME/openwin,
but the devil's in the details, and I thought it possible that someone had
already given it some thought.
Quote:> Did you know that Sun has dropped OpenLook as of Solaris 9?
WHAT? :) Yes, I know. Hey, this machine is at Solaris 2.6 - it may be
awhile before it makes it even to 8 (they're being adventurous and skipping
7 - whoo!) .
Actually, it's not really a Openlook-only issue - in general, wouldn't
the manual (stock, without your script) dtlogin honor the lastsession idea?
I mean, you could have Gnome, KDE, Openwin, etc. as possible session types.
The autodtlogin might ought to login the user with the last session type just
like regular dtlogin, don't you think?
> >P.S. Thanks for ntp, too! :)
> That's my cousin Dave. ;) We are in different countries, too.
Oops. :} I had been configuring some machines for ntp earlier that day;
that must be why I made the slip.