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#1 2013-11-04 12:16:57

[XFCEFan]Cartridge
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XFCE fresh install won't start automaticly/sudo required?

I've recently installed XFCE4 over Debian Wheezy for ODROID-U2, I had fluxbox before and didin't take it out because I wanted the best of both "If" I called it. But after the installation, neither fluxbox or XFCE starts upon power up, I have to ssh to it and do "Sudo startx". What causes this to happen and what do I have to modify in order to make it work? I'm also stuck on root user.

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#2 2013-11-06 00:48:29

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Re: XFCE fresh install won't start automaticly/sudo required?

The fact that neither Xfce nor fluxbox starts makes this sound more like a Debian issue; have you checked at one of their help forums?  Also, the correct command for starting X with Xfce is startxfce4, so you might try that instead.


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#3 2013-11-06 15:13:14

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Re: XFCE fresh install won't start automaticly/sudo required?

Thanks for replying Sideburns. I'll check it out. I didin't know if it was either debian or XFCE that is causing this.

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