hi, this may be help, good luck!

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  How do I get the X server to find the "fixed" font?

   If the X server refuses to start, complaining that it cannot find the
   "fixed" font, then one (or more) of the following is likely true:
     * You don't have the xfonts-base package installed. Install it.
     * You don't have a valid FontPath in your /etc/X11/XF86Config or
       /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file. At the very minimum, your FontPath
       should look something like this: FontPath
       fonts/75dpi/" You will likely have several more directories
       listed. The "fixed" font is in the misc directory.
     * The fonts.dir or fonts.alias files in the /usr/lib/X11/fonts/misc
       directory have been corrupted or are not present. This could be
       caused by a broken package which unpacks one or both of these
       files onto the system. A reinstallation of xfonts-base should fix
       the problem.
     * You're using a font server (either local or remote), and it is not
       running or not reachable.
       Note that Debian ships the xfs package with TCP listening turned
       off by default for security reasons. If you are running xfs
       locally and do not need to serve fonts to remote machines, you
       don't need to turn TCP listening back on. Instead, try a FontPath
       entry like this: FontPath "unix/:7100"
       If you are using a remote font server, determine whether or not it
       is running, is listening on the TCP port, and/or engage in some
       network troubleshooting.
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On 9/3/05, Nimesh Wadri <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi !! 
> I am a newbee for linux.
> I have Red Hat 9 2.4.20-8 , Xfree86 Version 4.3.0, installed on intel 815
> chipset. my machine rebooted while starting since then the display dosent
> appear. 
> I am attaching the log file kindly help 
> Regards 
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