General :: Xinit: Permission Denied (errno 13): Unable To Connect To Xserver
Jul 7, 2011
I am unable to start my xserver, using the startx command that I have been using for the past 5 years. It goes to the blue loading screen with the x for a cursor, hangs there for about a min or so then goes back to the command screen. I get an error:
giving up. xinit: Permission denied (errno 13): unable to connect to xserver waiting for xserver to shut down xinit: Server error.I have tried logging on as root and trying startx again. Same error.
I'm new to Linux, so I decided to try using Wubi to get started. THe problem is, when it finished installing 10.04, I got this message: OSError: [Errno 13] Permission denied: u'C:\ubuntu\install\ubuntu-10.04-desktop-amd64.iso' Is there any way around this? It might just be that overly restrictive thing called Vista (which I have the bad luck to be using). I was considering getting a USB drive for Ubuntu anyway..
I recently got interested with with OS.. So I downloaded wubi in Ubuntu website. I opted for the Ubuntu Netbook Edition as am using a lappy. However, halfway through finishing download I got an error. The log shows:
I am trying to connect to my web host via ssh. I can do this on Windows using Putty without issue. However, if I run this on Linux, I receive a "permission denied" when I am prompted for my login and password. It's obviously making some type of connection, otherwise it wouldn't be prompting me for authentication.I initially thought this was a firewall issue.I opened up port 22 and I even tried disabling the firewall altogether.However, I still received this error.
I'm trying to install Ubuntu on an Aspire laptop with Windows XP. I downloaded 10.04 and burned an ISO image. I boot Windows and open the ISO disk. I open the first choice which is to try Ubuntu prior to a complete installation. The installation starts and proceeds for a few minutes. Then it stops and displays a message 'Permission Denied' and a suggestion to check the installation log. The last few lines are:
I have a cgi script that tries to get the IP address of a domain. the Domain is defined in Bind, yet it can not resolve it. I put the domain in the host file and it then gives a Error: unable to create socket - Permission denied
I figure I have to do some code changes to the script but here I would like an explaination as to the error I am getting.
when I try to su, with the right password I know it is because I have reset it with a sudo, it says su: incorrect password. Looking at /var/log/messages I see su: Unable to open admin password file: Permission denied. This must mean that the file has incorrect permissions and or owner/group. I am wondering if anyone knew where the file was located and the correct permissions/owner/group.
I was able to get the a2ensite command to enable a virtual site because it says "Site xxxxx.com already enabled" when I run the command. My problem now is that even though a site is enabled it says this: Code: /etc/init.d/apache2 restart * Restarting web server apache2
[Tue Apr 20 01:28:57 2010] [warn] NameVirtualHost *:80 has no VirtualHosts [Tue Apr 20 01:28:57 2010] [warn] NameVirtualHost *:80 has no VirtualHosts [Tue Apr 20 01:28:57 2010] [warn] NameVirtualHost *:80 has no VirtualHosts [Tue Apr 20 01:28:57 2010] [warn] NameVirtualHost *:80 has no VirtualHosts
(13)Permission denied: make_sock: could not bind to address 0.0.0.0:80 no listening sockets available, shutting down Unable to open logs Should I do a chown or chmod to a file?
Code: # traceroute -I 188.8.131.52 Note: the -i and -I options were exchangedfor compability with LBL traceroute Use -I for ICMP, and -i <ifname> to specify the interface name unable to create ICMP send socket: Permission denied Note that the command was done as root. This worked in 11.3.
And yes, it works without the "-I". But it should work with the "-I". One shouldn't have to boot into Windows, just to run "tracert" there.
Running newaliasespostalias: fatal: open database /etc/aliases.db: Permission deniedin my /etc I do not have a aliases.db only an aliases.I cp aliases aliases.db but when I try and install post fix again it gives me the same error and aliases.db goes away.
I'm hoping someone can help me out with this issue I'm having using acl(s). I have a user I want to grant access to logs I have stored on my server. I am doing this by setting up an acl to that directory where the logs are stored. My settings seem to look fine, however I cannot read or even reach the directory with the said user; we'll call him "userP". Here is my code:
To ensure userP has access to the parent directory (jboss) code...
Not sure what I'm doing wrong here: there are no errors in the logs; just "Permission denied" however I try to get to the directory. Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
I am installing Oracle 11g on Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.0 32 bit (virtual machine)i did all the mandatory steps, i am trying to run the installer but i am facing the below:bash: ./runInstaller: /bin/sh: bad interpreter: Permission deniedknowing that the run isntaller is found in an iso file, in which i linked the VMwarre CD/DVD drive to it
i am trying to make my SSH-server more secure on my unbuntu server. And i want to do a little modifiing to the /etc/ssh/sshd_config folder. When i try to accsess it is says permission denied if i do sudo /etc/ssh/sshd_config it says command not found.
I have a Acer Altos EasyStore NAS on which I have enabled an NFS share for a specific IP address. The EasyStore then shows me the NFS path as: Mount path: /nas/NASDisk-00004/media
When I try mounting the share from the machine at the allowed IP address it appears to mount OK, but when I try to view the directory using 'ls' I get 'ls: cannot open directory /nfs: Permission Denied'. the /nfs folder where I'm trying to mount the NFS share shows up in ls as belonging to a group called 11587 (everything else is shown as root). I have no control over the group ID on the NAS as it's just an appliance. How can I gain access to the shared folders?
when i logging with root then i saw message "permission denied" Then i changed root shell directory "usermod -s .usr/ root" but it says "permission denied" again. what is the default shell directory, or what can i do for change permissions.
I am not sure if this is posted somewhere else, if it is sorry. Anyways I downloaded files to my desktop from firefox and i need them to be in usr/local file, but if i try to put it in there it tells me permission denied. Is there anyway around this?