You need to have X started to run KDE. You can edit your /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc file, at the bottom it will have the stuff about starting gnome probably, you can just comment out the gnome part and put 'exec startkde'
On approximately Wed, Nov 22, 2000 at 09:28:36AM +0100, Robert Epprecht wrote:
> I have installed KDE2 on my potato system from kde.tdyc.com
> I want to have both, Gnome and KDE2. Gnome works as it should.
> If I do 'startkede' I get:
> xsetroot: unable to open display ''
> So I set DISPLAY to ':0' and try again:
> _X11TransSocketUNIXConnect: Can't connect: errno = 111
> xsetroot: unable to open display ':0'
> [ ... many more ]
> I tried: 'DISPLAY=localhost:0' but only get a lot of lines saying
> _X11TransSocketINETConnect: Can't connect: errno = 111
> What did I miss?
> Thanks a lot for help,
> Robert Epprecht.
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