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As seen in this Ubuntu answer. A missing mouse pointer in Debian Gnome might also be solved by entering "mouse" in the launcher. This starts the mouse and touchpad settings dialogue and the mouse appears again.
Make sure you delete the following files before starting Xvfb as for ":1" screen: rm /tmp/.X11-unix/X1 rm /tmp/.X1 Xvfb simply considers Xorg server running if it cannot create these "locking" files. This can be a case when another user created them on the same screen such as root, and you are starting Xvfb as a user that have no rights to delete the ...
# Show all active login shells, with displays $ w -oush trunc-us tty1 23:02 -bash trunc-us tty7 :0 4days /sbin/upstart --user trunc-us pts/4 :0 w -oush # Capture the Display part $ w -oush | grep -Eo ' :[0-9]+' :0 :0 # only unique lines $ w -oush | grep -Eo ' :[0-9]+' | uniq :0 # trim ...
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