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openbox-session is not a real session manager. If you have GNOME installed, see the GDM/Openbox instructions; you can use the gnome-session-quit command to end the session. If you have KDE, there's a similar approach for selecting openbox at X login time. In a more lightweight system (startx or xdm), there are two traditional approaches: Ignore the ...
If there's some permission problem and you can't start a real X server, you can always try to run an X server within your running X server: The oldest one is probably Xnest A more advanced one is Xephyr, supporting various modern X extensions
I've found the answer. It's simple, you just have to add chvt 4 to /etc/rc.local file, and that's it.
# /etc/inittab 4:2345:respawn:/bin/login -f username tty4 < /dev/tty4 > /dev/tty4 2>&1 Normally you would have here a getty line, see man getty, agetty opens a tty port, prompts for a login name and invokes the /bin/login command. and man login The login program is used to establish a new session with the system. but this line ...
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