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I'm having a problem launching x in Dragonfly BSD. startx will not start x, and I'm using bash. Does Dragonfly not have an x or what? The command is not ...
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    startx will not start x in Dragonfly


    I'm having a problem launching x in Dragonfly BSD. startx will not start x, and I'm using bash. Does Dragonfly not have an x or what? The command is not being found so maybe there's another command to start x. If someone were to give me that command it would be most appreciated. Thanks.
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    Did you configure X?
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    Did you install X?
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