Urgent: Can't type in gdm after system upgrade
Juergen.Dankoweit at T-Online.de
Wed Jan 4 20:43:21 PST 2006
as quick work around you can start gdm the old way:
/usr/X11R6/etc/rc.d/xxxxxxserver.sh (will start the script as late as
# erstellt: 15.11.2004
case "$1" in
/usr/bin/killall -m gdm 2>/dev/null
echo "Usage: `basename $0` start | stop"
Hope this will help you.
On Wed, 4 Jan 2006 19:35:30 -0800 (PST)
"Dr. Jennifer Nussbaum" <bg271828 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> i just upgraded my system from FreeBSD-6.0-RELEASE to 6.0-STABLE. i
> touch any ports, just base system, and after i made the new kernel i
> to test it before installing world and this worked fine.
> After installing world and running mergemaster, i rebooted and cant
> anything in gdm!The mouse works fine but nothing from the keyboard.
> so i rebooted to the console [is there a way to drop from gdm to a
> when i try gdm automaticly re-starts], turned off gdm, and ran
> 'startx' and
> IT works so i know this is a Gnome problem not a X problem.
> Then i force rebuilded gdm but that didnt work. im running Gnome-2.12,
> everything is up to date. What can i try next? Help!
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