For every X server you want scologin to manage, you must add an entry to the /usr/lib/X11/scologin/Xservers file. This file should include entries for additional displays on the local machine and entries for displays on remote machines.
Entries in the Xservers file use the following format:
display_name [display_class] display_type [startup_command]
The various segments of the format are described below:
hostname specifies the name of the machine to
which the display is connected. If you omit hostname,
the display on the current machine is assumed.
specifies the number of the display you want to use.
screen_number specifies the number of the screen
on the display that you want to use.
For example, to manage a local display on /dev/tty03 that is not yet running and a display on another SCO system named scooter, include the following lines in the /usr/lib/X11/scologin/Xservers file:
1 :0 local /usr/bin/X11/X :0 -crt /dev/tty03 2 scooter:1 foreign
In this example,
:0 on line 1 and
scooter:1 on line 2 are the
line 1 and
foreign on line 2 are
/usr/bin/X11/X :0 -crt /dev/tty03 is the
The -crt option associates the X server with
a particular console multiscreen, in this case /dev/tty03.
scooter:1 foreign entry indicates that you
want scologin to manage the second X server
running on the remote machine, scooter.