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i always use text login feature for my RH linux desktop, but there is always a problem displays after i exit my windows session into text command mode(root or other ...
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    OK, here is my first question, RH9 login logout problem


    i always use text login feature for my RH linux desktop, but there is always a problem displays after i exit my windows session into text command mode(root or other users), the error messages are various, from X-server problems to fonts display problems, is it the same problem? how do i fix it?

    please help, thanks a lot.
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    How do you log out your X-session?? ctrl+alt+backspace or logout from the gui??. Paste in a sample from your errormessages..

    Regards

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    Andutt

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    First, thanks a lot for yr reply!

    oh, ok. hm.............
    i log out using both shell and graphic, the errors will always show up after that. show u the errors? hm, how do it print or copy the screen in text mode?

    it is a bit embarrassing for me, actually, i tried linux out first when RH6.0 came out, have been trying out every new version of RH, but i just dunno how to use it! because everytime i installed a new one, some myterious errors and applications installations tricks always knocked me off! after that, i went back to windows again. since win xp is much more stable than previous windows verisons, i virtually stopped trying out linux, until i decided to build myself a own server and a website, also because everyone says linux is the best thing for server(apache and linux is free!)!!! so now i've decided to push more efforts on it. i think i need 200% effort on this thing, ha!
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    Good chooise!! that you have decided to run linux at home for your website. I know that when you have used linux for a a while you will be grateful to have a very powerful serversoftware-distribution like linux on you computer.

    Everybody is newbies at the beginning, so dont hessitate to post questions here at the forum.

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    Andutt

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    let me check out the messages tonight, i am at work now
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