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Old 4th April 2006, 12:28 AM
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xwindow is not starting after yum update to FC5

Hi all,

It is being hard time for me after I upgrade my compac laptop from FC4 to FC5.

The installation was find with repos CORE, EXTRA and UPDATES. It installed the kernel-2.16...2080 from UPDATES

When I reboot the system I did not see any graphic screen during the services started, and in FC4 I have a service pcmci but that service is no longer there

my wireless dose not detected

I got a text login window and no x-windows, after few flash on the screen I get error saying can't start x-window ...
I login to root using terminal window and when i do startx it gives me fatal error ... I have checked other thread and try changing xorg.conf file but still the same problem.

Can some one help me how to make it work


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