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Mon Aug 19 13:23:35 EDT 2002
--- Taveren <taveren at killdash9.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 18, 2002 at 06:41:33PM -0400, Bob Lockie wrote:
> > Well, I have a text based Gentoo system working.
> > I wish the network configuration files were standard (maybe they are now).
> > They're in a different place than my server running old RedHat.
> > I can't start X. :-(
> > The startx command is not in my path so I'll read some more.
> Chances are, you don't have X installed yet. Read up on the Portage
> system from gentoo.org's documentation set.
> And please (this goes to everyone), stop referring to Red Hat's way of
> doing things as "the standard".
> Taveren (Ren West)
> GPG Public key - http://www.killdash9.org/taveren_gpgkey.pub
yes, unless you installed XFree86 by yourself it is not there.. you can always
check if it is installed or not. just use
$ emerge -s packageNameHere
to see if it is installed.. After that you can start looking for startx script
or installing XFree86
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