I have a CentOS 6.3 system running as a server (IE: no GUI).Via yum, I just installed "X Windows System" and "Gnome Desktop".After a reboot, startx fails to start th... [by griffinmt]
I done several updates over the past week or so and finally decided to reboot. Upon reboot, my system stops at the F (the Fedora logo). I am able to enter Ctrl-Alt-F2 to get to a terminal and log myself in. When I enter "startx", I get the "Oh No!" screen, I hit enter and get back to the terminal.
I was able to install LXCE and get it started successfully.
I recently installed CentOS 6.3 on an HP Envy Desktop. (what a pain but it is in)
I can ping 127.0.0.1 however I cannot ping my network router. When I did the install I selected "basic server" instead of "desktop".
I think I need to get X Window System up and running, and then Gnome.
My questions are:
Hi, I have been working with a minimal install using only xserver and fluxbox. I was fairly happy with logging in from the terminal and then typing "startx" to get into my fluxbox session, but I tried installing lightdm for the heck of it. After that, everything stopped working... so I booted into recovery mode and removed lightdm and the other stuff it installed.
I got same problem but my gnome I installed by single packages from repo (mean gnome-shell, gnome-session, libsoup etc.) not by "gnome" metapackage. After installing "gnome" metapackage problem is solved for me... maybe you should try this ?
I am running GNOME Desktop on a openSUSE 11.2.
I was trying to compile drivers for my intel 945g and suprisingly after a reboot i wasn't able to login as any other user except root. Here are the things that i installed
after the file DJz HBK - Step Up 2 - Bounce.
And One More Thing After I Updated openSUSE This Error Keeps On Coming on the screen.
Hi everyone, Im again having a question jeje. I hope help somebody one day jaja.Again, before start, I apologies about my aweful english, these dont is my natal lenguaje, but im trying to learn jeje, so I appreciate the corrections.Now I go whit the stuff:I just installed the last iso of archlinux. Im using gnome whitout a Display manager, so I start gnome using "startx".