Re: Cannot connect to network now...
"Kent West" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Brian Coiley wrote:
> >Googling the problem reveals some folks discussing files called
> >and "xinitrc" which are in the home directory. I have no such files.
> >Should I, perhaps?
> Try creating a new user ("adduser testman") and then log in as that
> user; see if X works.
> If it does, then the problem may be in your user's Xauthority, etc files.
> If not, I'd run "aptitude" and uninstall any X-looking packages, then
> re-run "apt-get install x-window-system". Alternatively, just start over
> with Sarge.
Here's an update on my last: I rebooted to windoze, and the mouse didn't
work there either. It looks like some kind of USB glitch. Plugging into a
different USB port fixed it in Windoze, and half-fixed it in X: it now
moves, but very, very sluggishly, and also keeps jumping to the side of the
screen for no apparent reason. The mouse acceleration settings don't make