can not load KDE in FreeBSD 6.2
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Thu Oct 11 05:36:36 PDT 2007
On Thursday 11 October 2007 14:26:53 Aryeh Friedman wrote:
> On 10/11/07, williamkow <williamkow at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > After configuring to run X.org, and I manage to have KDE by running
> > command "kdm".
> > Then I do some changes related to display, example :
> > a) 1024x768 to 800x600
> > b) fonts size for menu, wallpaper ...etc
> > but then after the computer have shutdown and restart and when I run the
> > "kdm" command, and I unable to load KDE screen anymore, and it show the
> > below error message, please advise what should I do to enabling the KDE.
> > # kdm
> > Updating KDM configuration
> > Information: reading current kdmrc /usr/local/share/config/kdm/kdmrc
> > (from kde >= 2.2.x)
> > Information: current kdmrc is from kde >=3.1 (config version 2.3)
> > # Oct 11 20:15:37 kdm-bin: :: IO Error in XOpenDisplay
> > Oct 11 20:15:37 kdm-bin: Display :0 cannot be openned
> > Oct 11 20:15:37 kdm-bin: Unable to fire up local display :0;
> > disabling.
> You have to run it from .xinitrc or use a login manager.
That's no help:
- kdm *is* a login manager.
- startkde is what you use from .xinitrc.
- kdm can be run from command line without problems, or you can add it
to /etc/ttys, but you need a working X config first or you'll create a nice
As for the problem, the X server doesn't start up correctly,
view /var/log/Xorg.0.log for information.
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