On Tue, Feb 27, 2007 at 01:26:41PM +0800, Stephen Liu wrote:
> Hi folks,
> 
> FreeBSD-6.2-amd64
> 
> This is a test, I insalled aprox >80% of the packages on Disc 2
> After installation completed PC rebooted to runlevel 3.  Login as user
> and run;
> 
> $ startkde
> warning:
> Kpersonalizer : Cannot connect to Xserer
> - repeated-
> 
> $ gnome-session
> (gnome-session 1968) gtk-Warning  ** cannot open displayed
> 
> $ startx
> 3 xterm windows started.  On xterm I can start KDE with a lot of
> warning displayed on xterm windonw.  But I can't start Gnome on xterm.
> 

If you're going to use "startx" you will need a ${HOME}/.xinitrc with
the following contents:

        #/bin/sh
        startkde

Make sure the file is 755 permissions. This will start up X with KDE.
I would suggest you configure /etc/ttys to start up KDM instead of
using "startx"

Cheers.
-- 
Jonathan Chen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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