[debian-knoppix] Problem with pseudo terminal on X and other question...
In my last attempt to modify the last version of Knoppix (3.2
2003-04-10) I followed the right steps on the remastering howto (copying
the entire knoppix filesystem to a hd partition, chrooting to it,
removing packages with apt-get, etc...) and before I make the compressed
image I test the new modified partition using the boot.img on a floppy.
The question is:
Is it right that the floppy found the uncompressed partition and boots
it as a normal knoppix and run everything from there?. It seems that
even mounts the partition using the cloop module in read-only mode and
everything works fine. Why is that?, how does the floppy detects it even
when it doesn't have the compressed KNOPPIX image?. This is just to be
courious and to know if my machine is working fine or it's on the
twinlight zone :-)
After the partition is booted and the KDE is up and running, I try to
open a konsole or even a simple xterm and it says on the
.xsession-errors log that it can't open a pseudo terminal. If I launch
the terminal as root after exporting the DISPLAY from a console, it
opens fine and typing "tty" it says that use "/dev/pts/0". From the CD
it works fine and when you type "tty" from the terminal (no matter if it
is xterm or konsole or anything) it says that is using "/dev/ttyp0" when
you run it with knoppix user and "/dev/pts/0" when you run it as root.
How can I solve this problem?, does anyone knows what the problem is
really?, did I delete a package that I shouldn't?.
Thanks for all and I hope that you could understand this mail because my
english is much worst when I'm so tired like now :-P
If you need more information, please ask.
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