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Re: XF86Setup&XF86Config + gnome doesn't start

On Sat, 03 March 2001, Peter Cordes wrote:

XF86Config doesn't exist in /etc, therefore I asume that it isn't installed properly or not at all. But if I have installed hole packages in first cd disk, what is then missing?? 
> On Sat, Mar 03, 2001 at 12:25:40PM -0800, redstars@worldmailer.com wrote:
> > I typed the command and XF86Config was found at /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/ but
> > when I try to open it with emacs it writes: "file exists, but cannot be
> > read."
>  Maybe a broken symlink?  Maybe it was created by root without read for
> other permission, and you are running as an ordinary user?
>  BTW, the locate command is good for finding files.  I'll just tell you
> where to find XF86Config, though.  If it exists at all, it'll be in
> /etc/X11.  That's where all the X config files live.
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