Re: Need help with KDM/X11 guts...
On Sunday 30 October 2005 08:16 am, Nikita V. Youshchenko wrote:
> > So here's the problem. KDM is up. I log in as somebody, pick any
> > session type, but let's just use KDE here, so I log in with a KDE
> > session, KDM bows
> > out and passes control over to something. I'm not sure what that
> > something
> > is, internally. That something causes a stream of happy looking X11 is
> > doing good things messages to appear in the logs (X.org.0.log probably,
> > but I'm watching so many logs I'm starting to lose track of which window
> > is what.)
> > Then, nothing. Poof. Back to KDM.
> ~user/.xsession-errors may give you a hint.
Urf. I was stuck thinking globally, not locally:
Xsession: X session started for [user] at Sun Oct 30 02:35:33 EST 2005
ls: /etc/X11/Xsession.d: Permission denied
Thanks so much for showing me the nose in front of my face! The directory had
700 permissions for some reason. I can't believe I missed this for six
OK, that solved it. Wonderful. Thanks again!
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan <email@example.com>
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