Alright, so I'm a Linux virgin so forgive my ignorance.
I just installed Absolute Linux on an old 64M system with a 667 processor. Checked out what the OS required and this seemed to fit well within the accepted specs.
So I installed and followed along with everything. I pretty much accepted all the defaults during installation. The only thing I didn't do was to configure a network.
I got to the end of it all and rebooted my system. I logged in as root and was presented with a message that said "You can now type startx to begin"
So I typed startx, thinking that would log me into the OS like the old "win" command did in DOS years ago.
I was returned a message that stated:
Fatal server error:
no screens found
waiting for xserver to begin accepting connections
xinit: connection reset by peer (errno104): unable to connect to x server
xinit: no such process (errno3): server error
Again, I'm new at this. I checked the Absolute website and found little help except a suggestion that this could be due to screen resolution..?
Any suggestions are much appreciated!