Jon/others in list,
Any updates? Let me know if you are stuck somewhere.
On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 2:36 PM, Dees deepali.shef...@gmail.com wrote:
Your reply is much appreciated Jon. I will try to be more specific
about the problem in further mails.
On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at
Have you tried just starting the XWin server first and the the xterm? it looks
like the X server doesn't recognize that line command.
Date: Tue, 3 Nov 2009 09:27:23 -0500
Subject: 'run xterm' fails to open a window
I don't know if
Massimo Giovannini wrote:
I have always installed and used cygwinX on my windows Xp
machines without any problem.
I have been trying to install on my new Vista 64 bit laptop
and I cannot figure out what is going wrong.
W e l c o m e t o V i s t a !
I've been going
So do you just need the X server? Perhaps a pure Win32 one would be easier
for you. See http://www.straightrunning.com/XmingNotes/.
Great!! This works perfect. Thank you so much!
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Florent Fievez wrote:
I've exactly the same issue, so if you find a solution, please post it ! ;-)
2009/11/3 Ken Brown kbr...@cornell.edu wrote::
'run xterm' fails to pen a window:
I don't know if this is a problem with run, or xterm, or
Obviously I have no good reason
On 29/10/2009 20:20, Andy Koppe wrote:
2009/10/29 Jon TURNEY:
I've put a patch in bugzilla  which can be applied to
/usr/share/X11/locale to temporarily repair this problem.
This needs to be looked at more deeply, though, as I'm not sure I've fully
understood what that locale data is being
Thanks for the backtrace.
It's interesting, but I'm afraid it doesn't immediately let me pinpoint the
A couple of questions I should have asked before:
- is this crash caused by to doing some specific action or looking at specific
pages in firefox?
- using ssh with your X server in
Hi Jon, the crash is not caused by doing some specific action or looking at
pages in firefox. Sometimes I sit on the Firefox screen and the cash happens.
I ssh to the the remote Ubuntu Box and start up a gnome-session there back to
my display. I then bring up the firefox on the Ubuntu
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Thanks for your answer and explanation. I just press the Xserver icon and t=
hen the xterm (most of the time) appears. If not=2C I press the
On 11/02/2009 03:11 PM, Massimo Giovannini wrote:
Hi, I think I managed to obtain the cygcheck.out, which I attached after
having added C:\cygwing\bin to the path of windows.
Yes I am not an expert of unix and I am sorry, but I need this
application to run Matlab on a cluster in interactive
Gery Herbozo Jimenez wrote:
Thanks for your answer and explanation. I just press the Xserver icon and
t hen the xterm (most of the time) appears. If not, I press the xterm
icon. Simple like that. I don't write run or something like that in
Oddly enough, I find the menu items
2009/11/3 Jon TURNEY:
On second look, this patch doesn't seem to be quite right, as it makes the
en_US.UTF-8 compose sequences available in C.UTF-8 (which is not the case in
the C locale).
I think that's ok. The compose sequences don't make sense in an ASCII
locale, since ASCII doesn't contain
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