try /etc/init.d/xdm stop
because xdm is still running. I have had issues with this in the past
(though I believe it should work) and needed to find running xdm processes
(ps -ef|grep xdm) and kill them and then do /etc/init.d/xdm stop again.
Basically, if you hit ctl-alt-f7 and get something X-ish then xdm (or at
least X!) is still running.
Robert Feri writes:
> I've installed Debian 2.2 with gnome packages, but my default environment is
> TWM. Do you guys have any idea hot to change that.
> I've tried to go in konsole and type "startx gnome-session", but an error
> message applys:
> "Fatal server error
> Cannot establish any listening socket - Make sure an X server isn't already
> Thank you very much !
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