Re: [email@example.com: user not authorized to run the X server]
>> Gordon Sadler <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> 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?
Actually I was just about to file this bug, but couldn't reproduce it.
IIRC I've been asked about this three or four times now during