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i install fedora 7 with kde but after installing
when i enter root in the username and its
password i get error that
cannot start the session due to internal
when i press i get msg that
Your session only lasted less than 10 seconds. If you have not logged out
yourself, this could mean thatthere is some installation problem or that
you may be out of diskspace. try logging in with one of the failsafe session
to see if you can fix this problem.
and when i clicked in details
error session_child_run: Could not exec /etc/x11/xnit/xsession default
but when checked it with slax live cd there is no
folder name x11 in /etc
I actually advise you to 'Google' before posting anything. If you do not get it there, you can post it here. To run a *.bin file, you enter the following commands in a terminal after changing to the directory of the *.bin file:
sudo chmod a+x *.bin
You need some codecs to play *.mp3 files. You can install these by searching in the package manager list of the OS.
And to change the screen resolution, you gotta edit '/etc/X11/xorg.conf' file as root. There are thousands of threads on these things. Please consider searching on the forum before posting!
hi very much thanks to deepumnit
for ur great information
now i know how to install
.run and .bin files and i install ati driver
but i hav some more doubts(i'm a newbie in linux)
i searched it but didnt get any satisfied answer
SO PLS HELP
i download some other packages for linux but i dont
know hoe to install them. They are
Dude, before installing from the source codes (mostly tarred files), you got to extract them. Either use the command line or the GUI version. Once you do this, on the command line, change to the directory of the particular folder which you untarred. Then, type the following commands (mostly):
Actually, the source code may be even python, shell scripts etc. Then you got to be putting in a different set of commands. You just have to compile the files using the compiler meant for that language.
i cannot change the permission of any file in suse linux 10.1[kde]
i logged in as root but when changing the permission
i get error that operation not supported
i cannot run a.out files[c program]
why is this so