Re: What is CORBA
>>>>> "MrHobbit420" == MrHobbit420 <MrHobbit420@aol.com> writes:
MrHobbit420> I don't know how but all of a sudden there is a CORBA
MrHobbit420> directory in my /etc directory. and CORBA directory
MrHobbit420> contains the X11 directory and the xservers
MrHobbit420> whenever I try "startx" it is giving the error :
MrHobbit420> /etc/X11/X is not executable. But the directory
MrHobbit420> /etc/X11 is now nonexistent.
MrHobbit420> I tried XF86config afresh, that also failed as it
MrHobbit420> could n't find the directory . where has this CORBA
MrHobbit420> come from ?
It sounds like you or something else accidently moved your /etc/X11
directory to /etc/CORBA/X11.
If that is the case, then move it back again:
mv /etc/CORBA/X11 /etc/X11
1. CORBA (or rather Orbit with implements CORBA) is for communication
between processes. It is used by Gnome packages. (this is a
deliberately simplified description).
2. you really should say what version of Debian you are using and/or the
versions of relevant packages...
Brian May <firstname.lastname@example.org>