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Re: setting up gdm
On Tue, 24 Jun 2008, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Jun 2008, Al - image hosting services wrote:
> > X starts with startx, but I am not able to load gnome.
> Have your ~/.xinitrc file do:
> exec gnome-session
I did this and after typing startx it now says it can't find the config
file in /var/log/XFree86.0.log. Where should the config file be?
> > Fatal server error:
> > xf86OpenPcvt: Cannot open /dev/ttyE4 (Device not configured)
> So gdm is using different terminal than startx's default. You should be
> able to edit gdm.conf to use different virtual console.
> Or look at /etc/wscons.conf for
> screen 4 - -
> The /etc/rc.d/wscons should use that at startup to enable screen 4.
I have already tried to modify this file. I now have:
screen 0 - vt100
screen 1 - vt100
screen 2 - vt100
screen 3 - vt100
screen 4 - -
screen 5 - -
screen 6 - -
screen 7 - -
I am still getting the same error.
Also, even if I use find / -name "gdm.conf", I can't find a config file.
Would it be possible to for you to send me some working configs?
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