Re: [Usability] starting Gnome

This is a gentoo configuration problem. These links would be helpful to you:

But the quick solution is that you need to make sure you set the XSESSION variable in /etc/rc.conf so that the last line looks like this:


Karim Nassar

On Apr 17, 2005, at 11:52, kenny schepps wrote:

Ok, I've installed Gentoo on my hp pavilion ze4500 laptop, probably an operating system way over my head, but none the less it was the only operating system that would install. I was able to get X Windows to run, and. basically, i see three terminals running and an analog clock (which shows the wrong time). I have not gotten into auto boot up but if you can answer how to get things running by them self's that'll be a plus. But the main question i have is how do you get Gnome running from X Windows with a 2.6.11 Linux kernel.
Kenneth Schepps

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