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Re: problem running prefabs with sunOS 5.8

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  • Tim Butler
    ... system you ... It should be :0.0 or :0 The colon is required. It isn t just a shortcut, it also lets X11 know that the server is running on the same
    Message 1 of 3 , Nov 22, 2004
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      --- In ploticus@yahoogroups.com, "Stephen C. Grubb" <scg@j...> wrote:

      > I believe if you're running linux or some other self contained
      system you
      > only need to say "0.0" or something like that, as a shortcut.

      It should be ":0.0" or ":0" The colon is required.

      It isn't just a shortcut, it also lets X11 know that the server is
      running on the same host as the client, so it doesn't need to use
      TCP/IP sockets, and can use unix domain sockets or (more commonly)
      shared memory for IPC.

      > Of course, you need to have X11 available in good working order for
      this
      > to work also.

      Once you've set display, run /usr/openwin/bin/xlogo to make
      sure that an X11 client can create an X window.

      tim
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