Basic question 2 - Copy from Windows and paste to cygwin or X
Wed Sep 28 14:52:00 GMT 2005
On Wed, 28 Sep 2005, Herbert Eppel wrote:
> On 28.09.2005 13:43 UK Time, Soong, SylokeJ wrote:
> > I am already doing that (-clipboard), among others:
> > run XWin -screen 0 1750 1350 -multiplemonitors -emulate3buttons -scrollbars
> > -clipboard -silent-dup-error
> Thanks, but would you mind elaborating a little?
> As I explained in a previous message, it's been a few years since I used
> Unix when I worked at University and my Unix knowledge has never been
> brilliant and has become even rustier since then...
> I start my X environment with the following command:
> startx -- -screen 0 1200 900
> where would -clipoard fit in, and what does it actually do?
"man startx" explains that the options after '--' are passed directly to
the server. -clipboard is one such option.
"man XWin" explains what that option actually does (i.e., synchronizes the
X keyboard with the Windows one).
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