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Not able to login in Graphics mode!!!

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                     Iam able to login through the text mode but Iam not able to login through the graphics mode.  It prompts an error message as shown below and if I give ok, it takes me to the login prompt. The error message found in the '.xsession-errors' file is

   mkdtemp: private socket dir: Permission denied

what must I do to recover from this?

reply as soon as possible
 
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What does 'ls -ld /tmp' show as ownership/permissions? You should see:

chaos> ls -ld /tmp
drwxrwxrwt   10 root     root         4096 Oct 13 23:48 /tmp/
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