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    Oops... Messed up X-Server (FIXED:))

    Hello

    Well, I'm working another day with SuSE 9.1 and due to my newbieshness I let YaST delete the following:
    XFree86. When I rebooted the console didn't recognize any X-commands like Xconfigurator or even startx... It said they where not in the x-bin map... 8)

    Is there any way of fixing this without a full system reinstall.. I'm just trying to avoid it... Who knows, maybe very much system installs will hurt my drive...

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    Re:Oops... Messed up X-Server

    I would grab off the latest from x.org - they post binarys. i am not sur ehow to do this via yast. you also run apt-get install xorg or some similar command.


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    Re:Oops... Messed up X-Server

    How I am supposed to get to YaST without KDE? Or Am I wrong and is YaST not KDE???
    Thanks...

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    Re:Oops... Messed up X-Server

    hello,
    i though yast could be run from a console...

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    Re:Oops... Messed up X-Server

    Oops, you are right ;D
    Thanks for everything,
    it's fixed...

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