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I've gone through EVERY single setting. I still get the same error message. execve failed for /etc/xll/x (errno2) giving up xinit : no such file or directory (errno2) : unable ...
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    I've gone through EVERY single setting. I still get the same error message.

    execve failed for /etc/xll/x (errno2) giving up
    xinit : no such file or directory (errno2) : unable to connect to X Server
    xinit : no such process (errno3): server error

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    Try reinstalling X from your MDK Install CDs then.

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    I've reinstalled MDK like four times already. What settings should I be looking for?

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    help

    hi,
    i guess i had the same problem. i solved it with xf86.

    you find it in /usr//X11R6/bin

    a little more infos about machine etc. version of mandrake might speed up.

    greetings
    winter

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    OK, but how do I solve it? Can you post the command lines or a tut? Thanks

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