Subject: Re: Some new user questions
To: Allen Briggs <email@example.com>
From: Brad Salai <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/22/1995 11:25:50
>> (3) The FIRST time I type startx or xinit I get ...
>> Fatal Server Error;
>> Can't run X server with no screens!
>> X connection to :0.0 broken (explicit kill or server shutdown)
>This is a bug that I haven't had time to track down. Dt will work
>similarly, except that it won't fail... It will think it's working,
>but won't draw anything.
I have a similar problem, with the additional feature that with two
screens, I sometimes get only one of the two screens to come up. X works
normally with one screen, as well as with two, but it often takes a three
startx - fail - kill
startx - one screen - kill
startx - both screens!!
>> (4) On a (probably) releated note, any recommendations on a sys admin
>> book for a guy who knows a little about alot but alot about nothing.
>> I mean, I can program a little in C and read code and I've written a
>> handful of shell scripts, but I've only been working in the Unix
>> environment for less than a year.
>Look at the *BSD FAQ by Dave Burgess--available on rtfm and other sites
>around the net.
I bought O'Reillys Essential System Administration. It is a good basic
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