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Canot run X server after install & reboot

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by MicKY10, Aug 30, 2005.

  1. MicKY10

    MicKY10 Registered

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    Hy!


    Yesterday, i inastalled cPanel on CentOS 4.1 Stable, and now, after restart i can't run X server aymore....

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    Translate:[I can't run X server. Probably is not configured correctly.Do you want to see X server log?]
    ^^Here i choose YES, after that i see this:

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    Translate:[Do you want to see advanced log of X server?]
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    Translate:[Do you want to start X server configure program(you will need ROOT password).
    [​IMG]
    Translate:[Please insert ROOT password.]



    And then computer changing resolutinon for 1 minute forum 640x480 to 1024*768... and X server does not run........ :mad: :mad:



    Have anyone some idea to solve this problem ??





    Have a nice day,
    MicKY
     
  2. nerdzoll

    nerdzoll Well-Known Member

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    cpanel

    Hi dude.. CPANEL does not support XServer on its servers (actually it outright removes it off the system) as the xserver is a drastic security risk.
    I only know this as I found it out from cpanel support.
    Cheers
    NErdzoll
     
  3. MicKY10

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    ok, thanx man :)




    Have a nice day,
    MicKY
     
  4. wills

    wills Well-Known Member

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    If you really wanted to run gnome you can do it. You just have to edit the runlevel in /etc/inittab to 3 and that'll allow you to run gnome desktop... and security is not a concern if you have taken the proper server/network precautions...
     
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