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  1. #11

    has something gone wrong then ?????

  2. #12
    Also when it was installing it said about picking...

    KDE and Gnome and i picked both .... that ok ?

  3. #13
    Linux Guru dylunio's Avatar
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    I think you need a file 'xserverrc' in '/etc/X11/xinit'

    But I'm not sure how you create the file in command line, but the code goes like this:
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    
    #
    # move this file to ~/.xserverrc, if you don't want to allow
    # everybody to get access to your X-Server
    #
    
    dspnum=":0"
      args=""
      done=no
    if test -z "$XAUTHORITY" ; then
      auth="$HOME/.Xauthority"
    else
      auth="$XAUTHORITY"
    fi
    
    while test -n "$1" ; do
        case "$1" in
    	\:[0-9])
    	    dspnum="$1" ;     shift ;;
    	-auth)
    	    done=yes
    	    args="$args $1" ; shift ;;
    	*)
    	    args="$args $1" ; shift ;;
        esac
    done
    
    # handle TCP port 6000
    . /etc/sysconfig/displaymanager
    test "$DISPLAYMANAGER_XSERVER_TCP_PORT_6000_OPEN" != "yes" && \
      args="$args -nolisten tcp"
    
    if test -x "`type -p keygen`" -a "$done" != "yes" ; then
        if [ ! -x  "`type -p hostname`" ] ; then
            echo "startx: can't get my hostname - exiting" 1>&2
    	exit 1
        else
    	host=`hostname -f`
        fi
    
        trap "echo" 1 2 15
        cookie="MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 `keygen`"
         tcpip="$host$dspnum"
          unix="${host%%.*}/unix$dspnum"
    
        xauth -f $auth source - <<-EOF
    	add $tcpip $cookie
    	add $unix  $cookie
    	add $&#123;host&#125;/unix$dspnum $cookie
    	EOF
        cookie=
    
        exec X $dspnum -auth $auth $args
    else
        exec X $dspnum $args
    fi
    dylunio
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    Get force-get May The Source Be With You
    /dev/null
    /dev/null2

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  5. #14
    im stuck ...

  6. #15
    Linux Guru dylunio's Avatar
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    OK try
    Code:
     cd /opt/gnome
    To see your Gnome files, if their there, deleat them with

    Code:
    su
    rm -r /opt/gnome
    and then try the

    Code:
    startx
    dylunio
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    Get force-get May The Source Be With You
    /dev/null
    /dev/null2

  7. #16
    nope no such file or directory :S

  8. #17
    I had the same problem once it was due to my error in picking the correct monitor and adapter

  9. #18
    So how do i solve it ?

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