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I installed a driver for my printer last night and i didnt know how to manually restart CUPS so i rebooted my computer, it took a long time to reboot ...
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    Aterm, Xterm, Eterm Problems


    I installed a driver for my printer last night and i didnt know how to manually restart CUPS so i rebooted my computer, it took a long time to reboot and when i went back into xwindows my aterm, xterm, and eterm wouldnt work, so this morning i woke up and went to consol 1 when i was ther i noticed that there was any error in all three terminals, the xterm error was error #32 and i dont know how to fix it, please help me

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    boot into that runlevel where there is the terminal and try remergeing xterm.
    Code:
    ctrl+alt+f1
    ...should work

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    Try posting the error message, or, like he said before, re-emerge your *terms. If that doesn't work, then you'll have to give us more specific details on the problem.

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