Re: xfree86 3.3
On Mon, Jun 09, 1997 at 01:18:26PM +0000, Paul Seelig wrote:
> In article <[🔎] 199706090556.AAA18972@juliet.fnal.gov>,
> email@example.com (Alex Romosan) writes:
> > i also tried to reconfigure my x settings with XF86Setup, but if i try
> > to use the old XF86Config it tells me it can't read it, and if i try
> > to create a new one from scratch the x server just hangs there and
> > eventually it times out with:
> > _X11TransSocketUNIXConnect: Can't connect: errno = 111
> > giving up.
> Make sure that the X server entry in /etc/X11/Xserver corresponds with
> the X server you have installed. I know this message from a manual
> installation of the XFree86-3.3 W32 server without adjusting said
> configuration file. Maybe it's a bug with the Debian package and you
> could write a bug report to get this fixed ASAP?
Make sure /tmp has the correct permissions too, if /tmp is not
writable you will get this error.
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