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Re: [K12OSN] Screen Reset - Bug?



I'm on the server via gui interface.

This is the message I get in the logs:
Dec 14 15:33:23 libraryltsp gdm[27589]: Display :0 is busy. There is another X server running already.

When I google this I get some references to the runlevel.

Mel



On 12/14/06, Huck <dhuckaby paasda org > wrote:
typing 'init 3' at the commandline as root will set you to runlevel 3.

I'm not familiar with what you are referencing on logging in at runlevel
3 to solve the problem.

When you say 'console' do you mean the server but via the gui interface
or the server via the command line?

I will be working on my 6.0 server next week and might have some more
troubleshooting tips come that time.

--Huck

Mel Wade wrote:
> I still have problems with the console starting a new screen session
> whenever someone in the lab logs off.  I've tried loggin in as someone
> but that doesn't seem to work.  I've found reference to logging in a
> runlevel 3 to correct this problem, but I'm not sure where to go with
> this.  I understand the concept of runlevels but not sure how to
> check/change this for the login.
>
> I'm also wondering if this is a bug in Verion 6 as I cant think of
> anything I've changed that would affect this.
> --
> Mel Wade
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> BF Skinner
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