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Re: [vox-tech] X server crashed?



--- "R. Douglas Barbieri" <doug@dooglio.net> wrote:
> On Wed, 2003-08-13 at 13:51, Katie wrote:
> > It doesn't appear to be CPU overheating.  Here's what happens:
> > 
> > [katie@bob katie]$startx
> >  info scrolls by really fast
> >  screen blinks to black, then blinks back
> >  info pops up with version  & release date blah, blah, default
> settings
> > using vt 7
> > 
> > waiting for x server to shut down
> > 
> > [katie@bon katie]$
> > 
> > I'm totally clueless as to why this happened.  I haven't made any
> changes
> > in months.
> > 
> 
> Try just running "xinit". What happens then? Do you get a gui session
> with an xterm? Or does it exhibit the same behaviour?

xinit does the same thing

Katie

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