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RE: Using MicroImages X Server with x11r6 NT binaries
- To: Fabio at colorado dot edu, gnu-win32 at cygnus dot com
- Subject: RE: Using MicroImages X Server with x11r6 NT binaries
- From: Lord Vorp <lordvorp at usa dot net>
- Date: Fri, 28 Mar 1997 14:44:21 -0800
At 10:52 AM 3/28/97 -0700, Fabio Somenzi wrote:
>>>>>> "SO" == Sergey Okhapkin <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> SO> Myles Bogner wrote:
> >> I have downloaded and unpacked both MicroImages X Server and
> >> x11r6bin_tar.Z. I can get the X Server to display X programs from
> >> a remote UNIX box. However, I cannot figure out how to use it
> >> with the Client files I downloaded. For example, I start the X
> >> Server and then attempt to run oclock, and get Error: Can't open
> >> display: . How do I set the display locally? I'm running Win 95.
> SO> Set environment variable DISPLAY to localhost:0, or run "oclock
> SO> -display localhost:0"
>I realize my question is off-topic for the list in general, but this
>thread on X servers suggests that I'm more likely to find help here
>than anywhere else.
>I can compile X clients with gcc, run them locally with MicroImages's
>X server. But I am unable to figure out what my dynamically assigned
>IP is, so that I can set DISPLAY on the remote system.
Try MYIP...the one from Starnet supports the $MYIP instead of $DISPLAY...
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