On Wed, 2005-01-26 at 23:02, mifthas haris wrote:
check if .xinitrc is present in your home directory,
rename it to .xinitrc.ol, give a try.
Worked! Thanks a lot, Haris.
.xinitrc was the culprit.
But it was blank file ?????????
On Wed, 2005-01-26 at 23:31, Anshaj Mathur wrote:
Did you try installing yahoo rpm on you box.
It is installed But I checked ymessenger was not the problem
for X crash.
On Thu, 2005-01-27 at 00:03, SeekingGyan wrote:
try to login as root and run sax .
tell me if it helps
I tried with sax by keeping copy of .xinitrc in home directory.
But X starts only when I remove .xinitrc from Home directory.
So sax solution doesn't work.
Thanks to all of you for solutions.