Re: Cannot start X - solved!
I found my problem when I ran:
xinit 1>xinit.log 2>&1
X was wanting to run a xterm and I needed to still install xterm.
Thanks for your help.
On Sat, Aug 19, 2000 at 08:09:52PM -0500, Michael L Ried wrote:
> I cannot start up X windows after using the startx command. It looks
> like X windows is going to start but then it stops soon after starting
> up. I am not sure if there is some place to look for error messages.
> assume that I didn't entered something incorrectly when I ran
> but I am not sure what it is. What should I do now?
On Sun, 20 Aug 2000 02:13:40 -0700 email@example.com writes:
> Stop any X display managers you may be running (eg: xdm, gdm, wdm)
> $ /etc/init.d/<x-display-manager> stop
> Lauch X with the first of the following that works:
> $ startx -- 1>startx.log 2>&1
> $ xinit 1>xinit.log 2>&1
> $ X 1>X.log 2>&1