jkyllo+lug at echospiral.com
Wed Mar 28 14:53:18 PST 2001
What does the command df report? That will tell you how much disk space
is free on each of your mounted partitions. It could be that your home
partition (if it isn't huge) is full. With a small one (I used to use
100M and a seperate partition for all of my actual data) netscape will
fill it up with it's cache even though you tell it to limit itself.
On Wed, 28 Mar 2001, Benjamin Honsinger wrote:
> Something strange is happening. I have a computer that before today worked
> fine, and nothing has been changed on it. It is setup to start on runlevel 5,
> and that works. However, when you login, it looks like it is going to work
> (changes screen, etc) but it switches back to the graphical login.
> So I tried booting in runlevel 3, but then when I type startx I get
> xauth: error locking /home/student/.Xauthority
> hostname: unknown host
> Perhaps you do not have console ownership?
> The same thing happens when I try and run x as root, except it doesn't ask the
> question about console ownership. This has me stumped. I've nosed around on the
> Xfree86 web page, and in the LDP, but I haven't found anything useful. Anyone
> have some suggestions I could try, they would be appreciated! =) Just as a
> note, it if matters I think I am running dangerously low on disk space. And
> also, I believe the error X gives is errno 111.
> - Ben
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