Re: FIXED: can't start KDE as user (SOLVED)
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On Monday 03 November 2003 23:23, Paul Scott wrote:
> >That didn't do it for me yet... but I found another interesting thing:
> >is it correct that the permissions on /usr/X11R6/bin is 700?
> >I get complains from Xsession that it cannot find certain scripts in
> > that directory...
> Mine are 755
> >I guess xserver-common sets this permissio as I first chose 'root only'
> > at the question who should be able to start the xserver... I later
> > changed it to 'anyone', but it seems that didn't fix the permissions...
> Did you try Andreas' suggestion of removing .xsession?
> >If this can be confirmed it should be a bug in the xserver-common
> > script.
> I won't be able to get back to this until tonight.
Ok, I set the permissions on /usr/X11R6/bin to 755 and that fixed it for me.
The .xsession file was not present in my home directory, but .xsession-errors which said, it couldn't find certain scripts in the mentioned directory.
Anyways, thanx for help :)
Arne Goetje <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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