You brought up an interesting question I've had for a while (well, ever
since RedHat 6.0). What does the unix/:# mean? Is it a port or something
else, and what numbers mean what?


        Jonathan Erbe           aka             Erunantion
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On Thu, 13 Apr 2000, Hago Ziegler wrote:

> Hi ,
> Am Thu, 13 Apr 2000 schrieben Sie:
> > For truetype fonts you need to install the extra truetype font server 'xfstt'.
> > It should also be included in the SuSE distribution.
> >
> >  That is how I got .ttf fonts workin'
> I found everything -thank you very much- and got it working, the fonts are
> now available - BUT:
> if I put the FontPath "unix/:7101" to the XF86Config file, The Xserver will
> not work at the next boot. If I contact the internet it crashes too. The
> same problem I had with "localhost:7100" with xfsft. Something doesn't
> work - any hints?
> Regards  Hago

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