multiwindow crash on resolution 1280

2003-01-30 Thread J S
Hi,

I have a customer trying out multiwindow mode on windows 95. He usually has 
his resolution set to 1280 x 1024, but for some reason multiwindow won't 
work with this. If I change his display settings to anything else though, it 
does work. Here is the log:

ddxProcessArgument - Initializing default screens
winInitializeDefaultScreens - w 1280 h 1024
winInitializeDefaultScreens - Returning
OsVendorInit - Creating bogus screen 0
(EE) Unable to locate/open config file
InitOutput - Error reading config file
winDetectSupportedEngines - Windows 95/98/Me
winDetectSupportedEngines - DirectDraw installed
winDetectSupportedEngines - Returning, supported engines 0013
InitOutput - g_iNumScreens: 1 iMaxConsecutiveScreen: 1
winSetEngine - Multi Window = ShadowGDI
winAdjustVideoModeShadowGDI - Using Windows display depth of 16 bits per 
pixel
winCreateBoundingWindowWindowed - User w: 1280 h: 1024
winCreateBoundingWindowWindowed - Current w: 1280 h: 1024
winAdjustForAutoHide - Original WorkArea: 0 0 1024 1280
winAdjustForAutoHide - Adjusted WorkArea: 0 0 1024 1280
winCreateBoundingWindowWindowed - WindowClient w 1280 h 1024 r 1280 l 0 b 
1024 t 0
winCreateBoundingWindowWindowed -  Returning
winAllocateFBShadowGDI - Creating DIB with width: 1280 height: 1024 depth: 
16
winAllocateFBShadowGDI - Dibsection width: 1280 height: -1024 depth: 16 size 
image: 2621440
winAllocateFBShadowGDI - Shadow blit failure
winFinishScreenInitFB - Could not allocate framebuffer
winScreenInit - winFinishScreenInit () failed

Fatal server error:
InitOutput - Couldn't add screen 0

Thanks for any help,

JS.

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Broken Link

2003-01-30 Thread Felix Hagemann
Hi at Cygwin-XFree!

I visited URL:http://xfree86.cygwin.com/links.html.  Here I noticed
that the last link (URL:http://www.xwinx.org/) leads to a somewhat
strange target.

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Re: Crashing with -clipboard and -multiwindow

2003-01-30 Thread thomas graichen
Harold L Hunt II [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Thomas and Brian,

 It would be great if you could double-check the latest debug release before
 I make a Test77 release:

 http://www.msu.edu/~huntharo/xwin/shadow/XWin-Test76-DEBUG-2.exe.bz2 (1.2
 MiB)


too late now: but test77 at least works fine without crashing

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RE: multiwindow crash on resolution 1280

2003-01-30 Thread Harold L Hunt II
JS,

What happens if he runs in 1280x1024 with -engine 1 instead of
-multiwindow?

Please send in a log from that run.  I suspect it will be the same.

Is 1280x1024 the maximum resolution that he can run in, or is there a higher
resolution that works just fine with -multiwindow?  I am just trying to
figure out if this is a problem where the largest size is not possible but
anything smaller than that is okay, or if it is just that one size in the
middle has problems but all the rest are okay.

Oh yeah, and this was done with 4.2.0-25, right?

Thanks for testing,

Harold

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Subject: multiwindow crash on resolution 1280


Hi,

I have a customer trying out multiwindow mode on windows 95. He usually has
his resolution set to 1280 x 1024, but for some reason multiwindow won't
work with this. If I change his display settings to anything else though, it
does work. Here is the log:

ddxProcessArgument - Initializing default screens
winInitializeDefaultScreens - w 1280 h 1024
winInitializeDefaultScreens - Returning
OsVendorInit - Creating bogus screen 0
(EE) Unable to locate/open config file
InitOutput - Error reading config file
winDetectSupportedEngines - Windows 95/98/Me
winDetectSupportedEngines - DirectDraw installed
winDetectSupportedEngines - Returning, supported engines 0013
InitOutput - g_iNumScreens: 1 iMaxConsecutiveScreen: 1
winSetEngine - Multi Window = ShadowGDI
winAdjustVideoModeShadowGDI - Using Windows display depth of 16 bits per
pixel
winCreateBoundingWindowWindowed - User w: 1280 h: 1024
winCreateBoundingWindowWindowed - Current w: 1280 h: 1024
winAdjustForAutoHide - Original WorkArea: 0 0 1024 1280
winAdjustForAutoHide - Adjusted WorkArea: 0 0 1024 1280
winCreateBoundingWindowWindowed - WindowClient w 1280 h 1024 r 1280 l 0 b
1024 t 0
winCreateBoundingWindowWindowed -  Returning
winAllocateFBShadowGDI - Creating DIB with width: 1280 height: 1024 depth:
16
winAllocateFBShadowGDI - Dibsection width: 1280 height: -1024 depth: 16 size
image: 2621440
winAllocateFBShadowGDI - Shadow blit failure
winFinishScreenInitFB - Could not allocate framebuffer
winScreenInit - winFinishScreenInit () failed

Fatal server error:
InitOutput - Couldn't add screen 0

Thanks for any help,

JS.

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RE: Broken Link

2003-01-30 Thread Harold L Hunt II
Felix,

Thanks.  No more diet pills for us.  The new link points to the XWinX
project on sourceforge.

Harold

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Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2003 5:14 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Broken Link


Hi at Cygwin-XFree!

I visited URL:http://xfree86.cygwin.com/links.html.  Here I noticed
that the last link (URL:http://www.xwinx.org/) leads to a somewhat
strange target.

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Fx
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Clipboard functionality (test77)

2003-01-30 Thread Nigel Hathaway
It doesn't work for me.

Here is my command line:

C:\cygwin\usr\X11R6\bin\XWin.exe -fullscreen -nowinkill -once -query
jeeves -clipboard

The XWinrl.log:

ddxProcessArgument - Initializing default screens
winInitializeDefaultScreens - w 1600 h 1200
winInitializeDefaultScreens - Returning
OsVendorInit - Creating bogus screen 0
(==) Using config file: /etc/X11/XF86Config-4
Markers: (--) probed, (**) from config file, (==) default setting,
 (++) from command line, (!!) notice, (II) informational,
 (WW) warning, (EE) error, (??) unknown.
(**) FontPath set to
/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/local/,/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/misc/,/usr/X11R6/l
ib/X11/fonts/75dpi/:unscaled,/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/Type1/,/usr/X11R6/lib/
X11/fonts/Speedo/,/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/75dpi/
(**) RgbPath set to /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/rgb
winDetectSupportedEngines - Windows NT/2000/XP
winDetectSupportedEngines - DirectDraw installed
winDetectSupportedEngines - Allowing PrimaryDD
winDetectSupportedEngines - DirectDraw4 installed
winDetectSupportedEngines - Returning, supported engines 001f
InitOutput - g_iNumScreens: 1 iMaxConsecutiveScreen: 1
winSetEngine - Using Shadow DirectDraw NonLocking
winAdjustVideoModeShadowDDNL - Using Windows display depth of 32 bits per
pixel
winAllocateFBShadowDDNL - Not changing video mode
winCreatePrimarySurfaceShadowDDNL - Creating primary surface
winCreatePrimarySurfaceShadowDDNL - Created primary surface
winCreatePrimarySurfaceShadowDDNL - Attached clipper to primary surface
winAllocateFBShadowDDNL - lPitch: 6400
winAllocateFBShadowDDNL - Created shadow pitch: 6400
winAllocateFBShadowDDNL - Created shadow stride: 1600
winFinishScreenInitFB - Masks: 00ff ff00 00ff
winInitVisualsShadowDDNL - Masks 00ff ff00 00ff BPRGB 8 d 24 bpp
32
winCreateDefColormap - Deferring to fbCreateDefColormap ()
winFinishScreenInitFB - Calling winInitClipboard.
winInitClipboard ()
winFinishScreenInitFB - returning
winScreenInit - returning
InitOutput - Returning.
winClipboardProc - Hello
winClipboardProc - Calling pthread_mutex_lock ()
(**) Using keyboard Keyboard1 as primary keyboard
(**) Option XkbRules xfree86
(**) XKB: rules: xfree86
(**) Option XkbModel pc105
(**) XKB: model: pc105
(**) Option XkbLayout gb
(**) XKB: layout: gb
Rules = xfree86 Model = pc105 Layout = gb Variant = (null) Options =
(null)
winBlockHandler - Releasing pmServerStarted
winClipboardProc - pthread_mutex_lock () returned.
DetectUnicodeSupport - Windows NT/2000/XP
winClipboardProc - Calling setlocale ()
winBlockHandler - pthread_mutex_unlock () returned
winClipboardProc - setlocale () returned
winClipboardProc - pthread_mutex_unlock () returned.
winClipboardProc - XInitThreads () returned.
winClipboardProc - DISPLAY=127.0.0.1:0.0
AUDIT: Thu Jan 30 19:42:54 2003: 2168 XWin: client 2 rejected from IP
127.0.0.1 port 3398
winClipboardProc - Could not open display, try: 1, sleeping: 4
AUDIT: Thu Jan 30 19:42:58 2003: 2168 XWin: client 5 rejected from IP
127.0.0.1 port 3849
winClipboardProc - Could not open display, try: 2, sleeping: 4
AUDIT: Thu Jan 30 19:43:03 2003: 2168 XWin: client 6 rejected from IP
127.0.0.1 port 3063
winClipboardProc - Could not open display, try: 3, sleeping: 4
winClipboardProc - Failed opening the display, giving up


I have a local (global to the local machine, set via 'My Computer icon -
w2k) environment variable DISPLAY=tuppy:0.0.

I have this because the x server doesn't seem to be serving on localhost.
If I run xterm locally, I get an xterm on my display (I have set up the
permissions to do that).  I can run xwinclip.exe and that works fine.

It seems that the winClipboardProc should pick up what IP address(es) the
server is serving on, now it is built in.

Is there currently any way of telling it either to serve on localhost as
well as the Ethernet adapter, or telling the clipboard function  which
adaptor the x server is serving on?

Regards,
Nigel Hathaway


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Re: Clipboard functionality (test77)

2003-01-30 Thread Harold L Hunt II
Nigel,

Nigel Hathaway wrote:

It doesn't work for me.

Here is my command line:

C:\cygwin\usr\X11R6\bin\XWin.exe -fullscreen -nowinkill -once -query
jeeves -clipboard

I have a local (global to the local machine, set via 'My Computer icon -
w2k) environment variable DISPLAY=tuppy:0.0.

I have this because the x server doesn't seem to be serving on localhost.
If I run xterm locally, I get an xterm on my display (I have set up the
permissions to do that).  I can run xwinclip.exe and that works fine.

It seems that the winClipboardProc should pick up what IP address(es) the
server is serving on, now it is built in



Yeah, it would maybe seem that that would be easy... but I can't really 
tell how to figure out, from within the server, what hostname the server 
is listening on.  If you, or someone else, could figure that out, then 
it would really speed up how quickly I can actually take some action on 
this.

Is there currently any way of telling it either to serve on localhost as
well as the Ethernet adapter, or telling the clipboard function  which
adaptor the x server is serving on?


Not that I know of.

Thanks for testing,

Harold



Regards,
Nigel Hathaway


Barnabas Projects Limited
Tel: +44 117 937 4197
Internet: http://www.bprj.co.uk







Re: startx: Malformed file inquiry

2003-01-30 Thread Thomas Chadwick
What happens if you run xinit directly (instead of via startx)?  For quite 
some time now I have been launching Cygwin/XFree86 via xinit without a hitch 
(no need to use startx IMHO).  More info in the ML archives...

http://www.cygwin.com/ml/cygwin-xfree/2002-10/msg00091.html

From: Shing-Fat Fred Ma [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: startx: Malformed file inquiry
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2003 13:41:54 -0500

 From: Alexander Gottwald
 To: cygwin-xfree at cygwin dot com
 Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2003 12:49:28 +0100 (MET)
 Subject: Re: startx: Malformed file inquiry
 Reply-to: cygwin-xfree at cygwin dot com

 


 On Wed, 29 Jan 2003, Shing-Fat Fred Ma wrote:

   + xinit /home/Name/.xinitrc --
  
   if: Malformed file inquiry.

 /home/Name/.xinitrc seems to be the problem.

 bye
  ago


I first thought so too.  But I get the exact same diagnostic
text even if I run startx from  /usr/X11R6/bin, upto and
including

  + xinit /home/Name/.xinitrc --


So ~/.xinitrc is being sourced in both cases.  And
.xinitrc was just a copy of /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc.
I added a line at the beginning to echo the path,
but the never gets executed.  So I don't think the
error is caused by a problem with ~/.xinitrc (aside
from the fact that the same the safe file gets
sourced when I successfully run startx from
/usr/X11R6/bin).  I think it might be the xinit executable
itself, since that's the only code that runs before
.xinitrc.

I presume that people have tried startx from their
home directory and got it working?  Just looking for
a few responses as a sanity check.

Thanks.

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Re: startx: Malformed file inquiry

2003-01-30 Thread Shing-Fat Fred Ma
Thomas Chadwick wrote:

 What happens if you run xinit directly (instead of via startx)?  For quite
 some time now I have been launching Cygwin/XFree86 via xinit without a hitch
 (no need to use startx IMHO).  More info in the ML archives...

 http://www.cygwin.com/ml/cygwin-xfree/2002-10/msg00091.html

Same thing, that is if: Malformed file inquiry. but none
of the messages before that.

Fred

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Re: xterm Page-Up -- does it work?

2003-01-30 Thread Cary Jamison
Is your num-lock on?

Shing-Fat Fred Ma [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message
news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]...
 Hello,
 
 I just fired up Xfree86 after using cygwin
 for a while.  Nice.  The xterms don't page
 up, though.  Is this just a missing functionality,
 or is it me?  Couldn't find anything about it in
 the archives.
 
 Thanks
 
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Some undesirable behaviour in Test77

2003-01-30 Thread Raymond Kwong
Harold:

The latest X server, Test 77, does not crash with -multiwindow -clipboard for
me also. Thanks for the good work.

There is, however, some undesirable behaviour with Test 77, which is not 
present in XWin-4.2.0-20.

1. I use the virtual desktop virtuawin. When I switch from another desktop
to the one containing the xterms, I get incessant switching between xterms
if there is more than one. This behaviour was reported by others, I think.

2. I have 2 xterms, one partially covering the other. If I click the one
underneath to bring it to the front, the overlap area comes up only in 
outline. I can still see the material in the other xterm underneath. It is as
if the xterm brought up is transparent on the overlap area!

These 2 problems are not observed with XWin-4.2.0-20.

Let me know what details you need to know in connection with these two 
problems. Because of them, I normally still use XWin-4.2.0-20, 
manually starting xwinclip if necessary. Although I am not 100% sure, but I
think every X server later than XWin-4.2.0-20 that I tried exhibits similar
problems.

Raymond 



Re: Some undesirable behaviour in Test77

2003-01-30 Thread Harold L Hunt II
Raymond,

The clipboard functionality was not introduced until 4.2.0-21, so what 
happens when you run 4.2.0-25 without the -clipboard flag?

Can you download Test73 (== 4.2.0-21), run it without the -clipboard 
flag, and report if the bug is still there or not?

Thanks for testing,

Harold

Raymond Kwong wrote:
Harold:

The latest X server, Test 77, does not crash with -multiwindow -clipboard for
me also. Thanks for the good work.

There is, however, some undesirable behaviour with Test 77, which is not 
present in XWin-4.2.0-20.

1. I use the virtual desktop virtuawin. When I switch from another desktop
to the one containing the xterms, I get incessant switching between xterms
if there is more than one. This behaviour was reported by others, I think.

2. I have 2 xterms, one partially covering the other. If I click the one
underneath to bring it to the front, the overlap area comes up only in 
outline. I can still see the material in the other xterm underneath. It is as
if the xterm brought up is transparent on the overlap area!

These 2 problems are not observed with XWin-4.2.0-20.

Let me know what details you need to know in connection with these two 
problems. Because of them, I normally still use XWin-4.2.0-20, 
manually starting xwinclip if necessary. Although I am not 100% sure, but I
think every X server later than XWin-4.2.0-20 that I tried exhibits similar
problems.

Raymond 




using WindowMaker instead of twm

2003-01-30 Thread Quan Ding
I just downloaded and installed Cygwin. The default
window  manager : twm doesn't provide many
functionality and it's hard to use. I don't even know
how to change the windows size. (i'm a newbie). I
found that there is wmaker.exe in X11R6/bin. So I
replaced that with twm  in the startxwin.sh file.
But when I tried to run it. WindowMaker couldn't
start, crashed all the time.

So how do I use windowmaker instead of twm? (or does
cygwin come with any other better window manager?)

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Re Some undesirable behaviour in Test 77

2003-01-30 Thread Raymond Kwong
Harold:

I downloaded XWin-4.2.0-21, and ran only XWin -multiwindow. The same 2
problems arose. I notice that the size of XWin-4.2.0-20 is significantly 
larger than XWin-4.2.0-21. Was some code removed?

Raymond



Re: using WindowMaker instead of twm

2003-01-30 Thread Thorsten Kampe
* Quan Ding (03-01-30 22:53 +0100)
 So how do I use windowmaker instead of twm?

/usr/X11R6/bin/wmaker.inst
/usr/X11R6/bin/wmchlocale de # change this to your locale
startx

 (or does cygwin come with any other better window manager?)

Windowmaker is allright.

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Re: using WindowMaker instead of twm

2003-01-30 Thread Yadin Y Goldschmidt
Be sure that your $HOME variable is not set to the default windows location,
but set it to e.g. c:\cygwin\home\yourname. wmaker has a problem with
c:\Documents and Settings\
Quan Ding [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message
[EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]...
 I just downloaded and installed Cygwin. The default
 window  manager : twm doesn't provide many
 functionality and it's hard to use. I don't even know
 how to change the windows size. (i'm a newbie). I
 found that there is wmaker.exe in X11R6/bin. So I
 replaced that with twm  in the startxwin.sh file.
 But when I tried to run it. WindowMaker couldn't
 start, crashed all the time.

 So how do I use windowmaker instead of twm? (or does
 cygwin come with any other better window manager?)

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change the size of the window

2003-01-30 Thread Quan Ding
I'm a newbie to cygwin.
I found that all windows in X-window are fixed in
size. There's no border that I can drag and change the
size of that window. I search the mailing list and
googled online and didn't find the answer. So how do I
configure so that the window's size can be changed freely?

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Re: Re Some undesirable behaviour in Test 77 [Kensuke, please respond]

2003-01-30 Thread Harold L Hunt II
Raymond,

I think that 4.2.0-20 was an unstripped build, whereas 4.2.0-21 was 
stripped.  The stripping should not have any effect on your problem.

So your problem has only to do with the -multiwindow mode.

I think Kensuke needs to look at this.  There may be some sort of race 
that is happening in the multiwindow code and the reproducibility of the 
bugs may be rather random.  I might look at it, but I won't have a lot 
of time until next week.

Harold


Raymond Kwong wrote:
Harold:

I downloaded XWin-4.2.0-21, and ran only XWin -multiwindow. The same 2
problems arose. I notice that the size of XWin-4.2.0-20 is significantly 
larger than XWin-4.2.0-21. Was some code removed?

Raymond




Re: change the size of the window

2003-01-30 Thread Harold L Hunt II
Quan,

Look, just REM out the starting of twm in your startxwin.bat, then add 
the parameter -multiwindow to the starting of XWin.  That will use the 
integrated window manager, which I think will be more to your liking. 
It is an experimental feature, but I think you should use it anyway.

Harold

Quan Ding wrote:
I'm a newbie to cygwin.
I found that all windows in X-window are fixed in
size. There's no border that I can drag and change the
size of that window. I search the mailing list and
googled online and didn't find the answer. So how do I
configure so that the window's size can be changed freely?

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Re: xterm Page-Up -- does it work?

2003-01-30 Thread f
From: Cary Jamison Cary dot Jamison at powerquest dot com
Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 14:38:19 -0700
Subject: Re: xterm Page-Up -- does it work?

Is your num-lock on?



No.  And also, page up seems to work on xterms
running on remote sun boxes.  I access the remote
twm desktop from the same laptop, using VNC.
Same PageUp keys.  Exact same Xresources
and .twmrc .  Go figure.

Fred

P.S.  I gather that it works for you?




Re: change the size of the window

2003-01-30 Thread John Buttery
* Quan Ding [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2003-01-30 19:30:37 -0800]:
 Doesn't seems to work. :(
 I did what you said and tried to run the batch file.
 Nothing happened. No window come up at all.

  You probably have an older version of the XFree86-xserv package that
doesn't have the MultiWindow code in it.  Try running the Cygwin setup
program and upgrading.

 BTW, there's no way to reply a message in the browser?
 I have to subscribe the mailing list and send messages
 by emails?

  No, and yes, respectively.

  The answer to your other question is that twm doesn't resize windows
the way you're probably used to from other window managers; you can't
just grab any side or corner and stretch.  You resize windows in twm by
clicking on the resize box in the upper right corner of the window (aka
on the right end of the titlebar) and dragging out from there.  Note
that if you want to make the window smaller, you have to make it larger
first; in other words, drag it out larger and then with the mouse button
still down, drag it back smaller.  It sounds more complicated than it
is.
  Oh, and don't say twm isn't configurable just because _you_ don't know
how.  :)

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Re: Cannot run ssh...

2003-01-30 Thread Sylvain Petreolle
you must install the openssl package.
see http://www.cygin.com/packages

 via ssh, I get the following message in the xterm:
 bash: /usr/bin/ssh: Permission denied
 
 then another message appears in a window with the message:
 A required .DLL file, CYGCRYPTO-0.9.7.DLL was not found.


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