Check the permissions on the HOWTO directory. In order to seeQuote:>I have just installed RH 5.2 with no problems.I just have three
>I installed the HOWTO documents from the RPM,but every time I try to
>access them using the /usr/doc/HOWTO path I get "permission denied".
>What am I doing wrong?
anything below that level, the "x" permission has to be set. Unix-like
systems use the x-bit on directories to control "search" permission.
And this is seperated from the simple "read" permission. Read permission
alone will not allow one to move down into the directory.
I suspect that somehow the umask used at install time was set
to something like 023 instead of the more usual 022.
Scan through the XF86Config file (usually in /etc/X11) andQuote:>I have got X running with no major problems except that I dislike the
>way the desktop is so large.How can I configure the X desktop to just
>fill up one screen.
look for a lines that say
"Virtual NNN MMM"
change these to the actual size of the desktop in the mode they
Most of the X servers recognize "ctrl-alt-backspace" as a commandQuote:>Also,when windows 95 jams up you have the "ctrl" "alt" "delete" thing
>to bail you >out,is there an equivelent of this for X?
to kill the server and dump you back to the text consoles. Also, you can
use "ctrl-alt-FkeyN" to switch back to the text consoles while X is running.
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