On Wed, 5 Mar 2008 05:23:49 -0500
"Outback Dingo" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> notice i typed ~/.xinitrc    not /.xinitrc      see the "~"
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> 
> the ~/ means your home diretcory
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> ie /root if your logged in as root
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> and you typed
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> cd ~/
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> it would cd you into /root
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> if you were logged in as siraj and you typed cd ~/
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> it would cd you into /home/siraj ...
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> follow...?
> 
> so vi ~/.xinitrc

Alternatively (and assuming .xinitrc does not exist)

echo "exec gnome-session" > .xinitrc

If it does:

echo "exec gnome-session" >> .xinitrc


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Best regards,
Chris

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