Re: [firstname.lastname@example.org: user not authorized to run the X server]
Actually, I even filed a bug on this. I did the investigation and
found the answer myself, dpkg-reconfigure xserver-common...
However, my issue is not HOW to fix it, but rather after fixing it
it does not stay fixed. Every upgrade requires me to again dpkg-
reconfigure xserver-common. That was the thought behind my bug, maybe
Branden doesn't quite realize what I meant. He said this is now the
proper way to act for xserver. Maybe he isn't aware it needs to be
reconfigured EVERY time?
On Tue, Dec 12, 2000 at 06:21:17PM -0800, Seth Arnold wrote:
> This would probably mean you set your debconf severity level to such a
> state that it doesn't bother asking you the question. Reconfigure
> debconf, and see if that changes matters. :) (And if you think Branden
> screwed up the priority of the question, be sure to let the list know.