User unable to startx
From: nobut1 (nobut1_at_cwis.net)
Date: Sun, 10 Oct 2004 01:46:04 -0600 To: Debian Linux - Users <email@example.com>
Hello. I recently have run upon a very annoying problem. For reasons
unknown, I can no longer start X from a standard user account. Root
can startx fine. A user can change to su and startx X fine. But
whenever a standard user attempts to startx, they get a long list of
errors culminating with /dev/null (Permission Denied).
I am curious to exactly what could cause such an error and exactly how
one would go about fixing such a problem.
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