"This means that if you can't get it to work, or it blows up your hard drive in the process, you're on your own."
Instead of giving this gay response, either try to get it working and or shut up. So its at alpha stage, big deal. Doesnt mean we cant try to help. What we need is people that contribute positively, not people who go "man <appname>" or "we dont support alpha".
> From: Ibukun Olumuyiwa <ibukun@...>
> Date: 2003/10/22 Wed AM 01:58:28 GMT+03:00
> To: enlightenment-users@...
> Subject: Re: [e-users] Entrance problems
> On Tue 21 Oct 2003, Hallvar Helleseth wrote:
> > Hi! Great work on entrance and edje!
> > But I am having some difficulties with entrance.. I have correct path to
> > Xsession, pam is enabled and /etc/pam.d/xdm is in place (looking at the
> > code it seems that this is the pam file being used, contrary to the docs
> > I believe). My distro is Debian unstable.
> > My problem is that nomatter what entrace claims my password is
> > incorrect. My password doesnt contain any special characters apart from
> > a-z,a-Z,0-9.
> > As a quick hack I modified the code to not check my password at all.
> > Thats when a different problem arose. entrance wouldnt start any
> > session, just exit. syslog only shows "Starting X server. Starting
> > Entrance. Display and Display manager are shutting down" when I had
> > modifed code to enable me to log in I also got "The session ended
> > normally" thats it.. no messages from PAM either (dont know if there
> > should be though)
> > I also tried without pam (from config file) and I also tried with
> > /etc/pam.d/entrance (copied from gdm and from entrance provided one)
> > I am quite baffeled at why it doesnt work (gdm works btw). Id love to
> > help out finding the bug! I really enjoy the design of entrance (thanks
> > to edje mostly :)
> > best regards Hallvar Helleseth
> Entrance is still ALPHA software. This means that if you can't get it to
> work, or it blows up your hard drive in the process, you're on your own.
> :) It may or may not work for you...if you are able to make it work
> properly, then we'd love to hear how you did it.
> Ibukun Olumuyiwa
> "Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy
> getting get understanding." - Proverbs 4:7
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