I'm running KDE on Solaris 7. I've installed it as a user since I am not
In the end of .dtprofile, I put SESSIONTYPE=xdm, and then started KDE
with startkde in my .xsessions file. This way I run KDE instead of CDE
from the dtlogin.
The proble now is that KDE is in 8 bit. I want to change the depth to
24. One way I read is to change the Xservers file so that it reads:
:0 local /usr/openwin/bin/X -bpp 24
but since I'm not root, I cannot edit the Xservers file nor the
xdm-config file. I can pass a config file to xdm with -config
<config_file>, but I do not know how what calls xdm.
Is there anyway I can change the color depth of xdm??