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    root user is disabled in Ubuntu by default and its not a good idea to enable it.
    What the output of startx command?
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    mmmm...sorry....startx cmd?

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    Type startx at this prompt :
    Code:
    ubnutu@ubuntu:~$ startx
    Post error message here, if any.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devils casper View Post
    Type startx at this prompt :
    Code:
    ubnutu@ubuntu:~$ startx
    Post error message here, if any.
    Hi Casper...sorry for the delay...was away....I have tried the "startx" cmd...this is what happens...

    xinit:Connection reset by peer (error 104):
    unable to connect to X server
    xinit:No such process (error 3): server error.
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$

    any ideas?


    tnx.

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