how to start GNOME in Red Hat Linux 7.3

Posted on 2004-12-01
Last Modified: 2013-12-15
I installed GNOME graphical tool in Red Hat Linux 7.3 one machine and everything was working fine till morning. But now, whenever, I boot the machine , I don't get the GNOME windows  but the black login screen. How can I start GNOME graphical tool ?
Question by:mn210
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    > but the black login
    login and run "startx" or "init 5"

    login as root
    and edit /etc/inittab to change

    And reboot


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