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He said his error was: Originally Posted by Wifi_is_evil I renamed the conf.old file to conf and tried to start X: "Cannot open log file /var/log/Xorg.0.log" I don't HAVE that ...
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    Linux Enthusiast gruven's Avatar
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    He said his error was:
    Quote Originally Posted by Wifi_is_evil
    I renamed the conf.old file to conf and tried to start X:

    "Cannot open log file /var/log/Xorg.0.log"

    I don't HAVE that file.

    I'd rebuild my OS from a Myah OS install disc but I don't have a cd drive or slot or usb. Sorta screwed!
    So that is what I was solving.

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    I don't know what those commands do but they both returned input output errors.

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    did you try 'system-config-display' command in Single/MultiUser Commnad line mode?




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    "command not found".

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