Originally posted by soundview00
I tried to type: "./NVchooser", and after doing so it gave me the same ol' error message as stated above. I even went into the permissions and activated everything for the NVchooser script. No luck yet. Also, for Sh*ts and giggles, I typed init 0 as well and that gave me the foolowing error message: bash: init: command not found. I am fresh out of ideas, I cheacked my Linux books for any information about my issues and none was found. You guys are definately my last resort. Thanks.
Ok last resort
My recommendation is Slackware all the way.
once you make any of them work you'll never come back to RH or suse (whatta stupid name) again.