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Then you can start a gnome session (after you do what jonathan183 say's ) By startx and if you want it on a different ctrl+alt+f7 for the gui you can ...
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- 12-02-2011 #11
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- Apr 2011
By startx and if you want it on a different ctrl+alt+f7 for the gui you can
startx -- :1 ,2,3,4,...etc
or use xinit and create your own .initrc which executes the gui program , windows manager , or desktop manager you want.
Also you can try adduser at the console to create a user that you can log into
Or look into the /etc file and change the setting that does not allow you to login to the gui as root.
Their way many options good luck
sincerely and best wishes