Suhaib M. Siddiqi
Mon Feb 21 14:20:00 GMT 2000
I have fixed the Fonts problems. I wanted to release a new DirectX based X server from Karra's. I have hit some bumps with DirectX code,
which is holding the next release.
SecurityPolicy is a warning and should not affect your Xserver display.
If GGI_DEBUG is not showing anything, that means your GGI libs are getting loaded. Are they in PATH?
> > Try setting GGI_DEBUG env
> > in a bash shell type
> > export GGI_DEBUG=255
> > then cd to the directory you have insatlled XGGI executable. and type
> > ./xggi -target directx &
> > post the output. I want to see if you are having problems to laod GGI and GII libs.
> Seemed somewhat anti-climactic as it didn't change from when GGI_DEBUG=0:
> PEXExtensionInit: Couldn't open default PEX font file Roman_Merror opening security policy file /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/xserver/SecurityPolicy
> > By the way did you edit the ggi configuration file as described in the anouncement
> > message?
> I don't think I misinterpreted the instructions, though it is possible...
> (by column, I assumed 'section')
> => 6) Go into Go into the /usr/local/etc/ggi directory and edit
> => libggi.conf file. In #Display abbrevations column add the
> => following:
> => directx display/directx.dll
> >From this, I ended up with the following in my libggi.conf file (edited for
> # Mapping file for suggest-strings to libraries
> .root: /usr/local/lib/ggi
> # suggest_name library_name versions
> # ------------ -------------------------- --------
> # Displays
> display-directx display/directx.dll
> [...] (no changes until...)
> # Display abbreviations
> directx display/directx.dll
> [...] (no changes for the rest of the file)
> /usr/local/lib/ggi is the Cygwin location of the default,display,input, and
> filter directories.
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