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Fwd: X aborting

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From: Niels Rasmussen <nielsrasmus@gmail.com>
Date: 20/12/2006 11.24
Subject: Re: X aborting
To: johnwfoster@verizon.net

Sorry, should have mentioned it.

I've installed Etch and xorg seems to be the new standard X in Etch.

It's odd though, I have thought a user choosen during the installation
process should have imediate access to the X environment especially if
"Standard" and "Desktop" were chosed as well.

But this suits me fine as I can totally control what is to be put in
my /home directory :-)

I just need some hints to move on from here.

I've checked the Debian reference handbook, but there is no hints
herein what to do in this case.

Anyone ??


2006/12/20, John W. Foster <johnwfoster@verizon.net>:
On Tuesday 19 December 2006 04:22 pm, Niels Rasmussen wrote:
> Hi all
> As John C suggested the "radeon" trick worked :-)
> Now I can use X as root, but not as user !
> I get this error:
> "X: user not authorized to run the X server, aborting.
> giving up.
> xinit: Connection refused (errno 111): unable to connect to X server
> xinit: No such process (errno 3): Server error."
> What has caused this failure ?
> /niller
Maybe I just missed it but did you decide to use etch & if so did you select
X86 or Xorg as your Xwindow server system?
Sounds like either the Xsession or the Xwrapper configs if your using
X86...can't help with Xorg. still using sarge.
John W. Foster

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