Re: startx -> /usr/bin/X11/X no such file
> Hello all,
> Frustrated. Original running woody now sid trying to
> resolve this issue. I am hoping that one of you has
> crossed this bridge and are able to help!
> xf86config runs without snag... but when
> 'startx' -> fails, b/c no /usr/bin/X11/X
> My understanding is that X should be a symlink to a
> valid X server (e.g. /usr/bin/X11/XF86_SVGA).
> # ls -d /usr/bin/X11/X*
Doesn't /etc/X11/X suppose to be the symlink (and not get created by
[04:13:15 tmp]$ ls -l /etc/X11/X
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 22 Jul 25 04:59 /etc/X11/X ->
Are you sure you shouldn't install an Xserver?
[04:16:11 tmp]$ ls -d /usr/bin/X11/X*
However I am only guessing.
> is all that is returned :-(
> I have searched hi and low,
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