Re: Xsession: unsupported number of arguments (2)
- From: "Ulrich Scholz" <d4@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 16 Jun 2006 02:40:59 -0700
Hi, I'm using kubuntu (Xorg 11.0). Since some time, I get the following
message right after logging in:
Xsession: unsupported number of arguments (2); falling back to default
The error is caused by the following lines in one of my startup scripts
(each of them suffices to produce the error):
set meta-flag on
set convert-meta off
set output-meta on
Why? I can execute them in bash without problem. And the bash man page
sais they are legal.
I reused the startup script from earlier systems, where these lines
worked without problem.
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