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Re: error when starting X

I have overcome this before ny linking tty0 to tty1 (or the other way around,
don't remember).  For some odd reason it didn't work this time.

Oliver Elphick wrote:

> Aaron Walker wrote:
>   >When I try to start the X server for XFree86, I get the following error:
>   >
>   >_X11TransSocketUNIXConnect: Can't connect: errno = 111
>   >
>   >How can I fix this? If it helps, I'm using Xfree86 3.3.1 with Debian
>   >1.3.1.  I've gotten this error before with previous versions of Xfree.
> Error 111 means "Connection refused".  I'm not familiar with the internals
> of the X server, so I don't know what that routine is trying to do
> (except presumably open a socket to localhost?)
> Please tell us more about your setup.  Also, your question implies that
> you have met and overcome this error in the past.  Is that indeed the
> case?
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