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Old October 10th, 2004
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Default How to configure X?

When I installed, I chose to install xserve35.tgz as well as xfont35.tgz. When I was asked whether X is expected to run, I answered yes as well.

But when I booted up, it won't start X. No where in FAQ also mentioned how to configure X (at least I'm not seeing it). I tried using startx but it returns command not found. Now, I'm stuck.

How do I configure X and where it's set to start x automagically? And also, if manually be started, what is the command?

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