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||Posted: Sep. 03 2008,18:14
|Quote (curaga @ Sep. 02 2008,15:18)|
|Then the only change needed is to edit .xserverrc in your home directory to point into it (/opt/bin/Xtrident) instead of Xfbdev (keep the arguments).|
When I changed .xserverrc to point to /opt/bin/Xtrident I get the following error on startx;
xinit: No such file or directory (erro 2): unable to connect to X server
xinit: No such process (erro 3): Server error
As a side note, /opt/bin/Xtrident does exist. This is a frugal install, does that matter?
From a console;
ls -l /opt/bin/Xtrident
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 751800 Apr 3 2007 /opt/bin/Xtrident
Here's the entire new .xserverrc
exec /opt/bin/Xtrident -2button -mouse /dev/psaux -nolisten tcp -I &>/dev/null
The other bit of information that I can think of that may be pertinent is that I setup 3 partitions for the frugal install per this guide;
hda1 is for the image
hda2 is swap
hda3 is /home and /opt
Maybe my .xserverrc should be;
exec /mnt/hda3/opt/bin/Xtrident -2button -mouse /dev/psaux -nolisten tcp -I &>/dev/null
I did check before running startx and /mnt/hda3 is mounted. Then again, shouldn't /opt/bin be in the path? This is confusing. Any help?
Edit: I did check and /opt/bin is in the $PATH
Edit 2: exec /mnt/hda3/opt/bin/Xtrident produced the same errors.