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Old 07-28-02, 06:19 PM   #3
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For whatever reason, your new kernel is not set to start X on its own. You can either ignore the problem (which is the easy way out) by just typing startX after you get to a prompt, or you can try to fix it. If you want to do it the hard way, you are going to have to edit your .initrc files, and that is pretty nasty for a Linux newb. I would suggest you just either use the older kernel (as there are only negligible differences between the two) or start X on your own after you log in.
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