I did not reply to the list on this. Thanks you for yor help. I have
changed the kern.securelevel and kde comes up. Now I am on to
configureing and installing apps.
--- Frank Wissmann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> It may be that you configured securelevel on startup. Try with
> kern.securelevel" to find out which is your securelevel. It may be 1
> greater. Then try to change it either with sysinstall or directly at
> command prompt with "sysctl -w kern.securelevel=-1". This should
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