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Re: [linrad] RE: Major revision. Linrad-01.18

Hi Josh,
I tried level 3. Yes, it was nice to have Alt-F1, Alt-F2 , etc., available, but it immediately brought back the same overrun errors that I had in level 5. I'm back in level 1 and still no overrun errors.
I wish I knew more about programing and Linux..
73, Stan, KA1ZE
In a message dated 4/16/2004 12:50:48 PM Eastern Daylight Time, josh-linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
You should be able to run in level 2 or 3 (multi-user, but no X).  You can
also turn xdm/kdm/gdm off so X does not start by default.  I list all
three because I'm not sure what your system has, but all three are X
Display Managers which give you the login screen.

Single user may limit too much of what is running.  In single user you
probably only have 1 tty Alt-F1, but in multiuser you would have 5-6 tty
Alt-F1, Alt-F2, Alt-F3, etc so you could run a mixer on tty1 and linrad on

                            Later, JOSH