Normal user account cannot start KDE
I have the following problem. I can start KDE when I login as root. However if I want to login as a normal user the screen goes black and then the login screen appears again.
The login to the console works fine. But if I try startx the command is not known...
Can anyone help me with this problem?
Sounds like a permissions problem of some sort. Try again, and when it fails, use your text editor of choice and look at .xsession-errors in your home directory. That may tell you where you're locked out.
The correct solution depends on your distro. Since I don't know what distro you're running, I don't know what the correct solution is. You can, of course, cheat by making the program you're locked out of run suid root, but that causes security problems.
I am running Debian / testing and KDE version 3.1.4
this is what .xsessions-errors says
/etc/kde3/kdm/Xsession: line 7: xrdb: command not found
In console mode it says: startx command not found
I think as well that it is a permission problem - but how can I resolve it?
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