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Beginner: Problems starting X

Posted on 2000-04-22
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I have just installed Red Hat Linux 6.1 on my system. However when I log in and try to perform the "startx" command I get "execve failed for /etc/x11/x (errorno 2)". I press "Ctrl-C" and I then get "xint: unexpected signal 2". Does anyone know what's wrong?
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first configure your X server with Xconfigurator and try again
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by:boomerang061797
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Exactly! That GNOME looks great!

Don't suppose you know how I am can configure my keyboard to use Norwegian settings. I did set this option when installing... however now its incorrect.
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