The default configuration of scologin runs the X server, and the scologin client, on the second multiscreen (/dev/tty02) of the console. You can change this configuration so that scologin does not run at all, or you can specify that scologin manage multiple displays, on your system or on remote systems, including X terminals.
There are several files that are used to configure scologin's behavior. These files are all located in /usr/lib/X11/scologin and are listed in ``scologin configuration files''.
scologin configuration files
|Xconfig||a special configuration file that specifies resources that determine the scripts used by scologin. The resources in this file configure the following files.|
scologin error messages that would otherwise go to
standard error (|
|Xhelp||contains the help text that you see if you click on the Help button on the scologin window|
|Xresources||contains resources that configure scologin's appearance. These resources are loaded into the resource database by xrdb.|
|Xservers||contains entries for all of the non-XDMCP X servers that scologin is to manage|