Thu Nov 4 12:06:00 GMT 1999
Sure, you and anyone is most welcome to come up with any patches
for things i may have missed.
For starx if you get rid of all the command and put a simple line
this should execute your rs.exe which is your ReflectionX server
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> Subject: Re: X11R6.x libs
> I disagree with your suggestion that startx and
> xinit are useless
> for Cygwin, but at least we have identified the problem and have
> a workaround. Maybe if I can find some free time
> sometime I'll have
> a look at your souce code and see if I can come up with a patch.
> At any rate, thank you most kindly for your help
> with this problem.
> I now have X11 up and running, and so far it seems to be
> pretty solid.
> Jim Grishaw.
> > > I'm curious, does startx/xinit work for you with
> Exceed? One would
> > > think that we should both be having the same problem.
> Don't forget to put
> > > a .xserverrc file in $HOME with a pointer to your
> Exceed server.
> > startx and xinit is of no real meaning for commercial
> Windows X-server, like
> > Hummingbird Exceed or Sun PC X-ware. I keep a shortcut
> of my x-server
> > executable in my Windows Startup folder. The X-servers
> gets started
> > on each reboot. I am a heavy user of X-servers, without
> it I cannot
> > survive.
> > In the startx script I think I may have address some
> silly thing, which
> > looks obvious and simple but actually points to XF86
> executables. Is there
> > a hardcoded xinit.exe or path to it? You should remove
> it, if it is there.
> > I must have added it while I was compiling XF86
> executables, to experiment
> > a few things. Xinit.exe in XFree86 is basically same
> as in X11R6.4 with few
> > lines of code changed. It would attempt to execute
> XF86 executables
> > and would return _X11TransSock errno 111 if it could
> not find or start
> > XF_SVGA.exe (server).
> > I suggest you start your ReflectionX like you do as a
> Windows program or
> > suggested
> > in ReflectionX User Guide, instead of using xinit.exe.
> > If you could execute xterm and other X cleints then
> there is really no
> > problems
> > with X11 libs. The socket bugs I mentioned today
> morning should not affect
> > a normal user.
> > They might cause problems once XF86 server is functional.
> > Regards
> > Suhaib
> > >
> > > Thanks again,
> > > Jim Grishaw.
> > >
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