Frank Murphy wrote:
> Can I trouble you again.
> Can't start X.
> #startx bash command not found
>> Tried dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xfree86
> in case I put in a wrong setting.
> no other error's coming up.
> changed inittab to id:5
>> to see would it go into x on reboot,
> no go.
>> Monitor specs are here.
>http://www.p4c.philips.com/files/1/107e21_20/107e21_20_dfu_eng.pdf>> Graphics Card is nVidia TNT2 32mb
> (I know another nVidia)
>>>`apt-get install x-window-system'
You may also want to install a window manager or desktop environment.
You shouldn't need to change the inittab, as by default debian starts a
display manager by a script in runlevel2, though you are free to change
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