Re: Running Java application with drag and drop support in cygwin

2009-11-03 Thread Dees
Jon/others in list, Any updates? Let me know if you are stuck somewhere. Many Thanks, Shefali 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

RE: 'run xterm' fails to open a window

2009-11-03 Thread Gery Herbozo Jimenez
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 From: kbr...@cornell.edu To: cygwin-xfree@cygwin.com Subject: 'run xterm' fails to open a window I don't know if

Re: Problem installing cygwin/X on vista sp2 64bit

2009-11-03 Thread Linda Walsh
Massimo Giovannini wrote: Hi, 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

RE: Problem installing cygwin/X on vista sp2 64bit

2009-11-03 Thread Massimo Giovannini
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! -- Unsubscribe info: http://cygwin.com/ml/#unsubscribe-simple Problem reports:

Re: 'run xterm' fails to open a window

2009-11-03 Thread Linda Walsh
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 something else. ... Obviously I have no good reason

Re: X11R7.5 and C.UTF-8

2009-11-03 Thread Jon TURNEY
On 29/10/2009 20:20, Andy Koppe wrote: 2009/10/29 Jon TURNEY: I've put a patch in bugzilla [1] 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

Re: Cygwin 1.7 beta XWin Crashs from Ubuntun 9.10 after Firefox sessions

2009-11-03 Thread Jon TURNEY
Thanks for the backtrace. It's interesting, but I'm afraid it doesn't immediately let me pinpoint the problem. 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

Re: Cygwin 1.7 beta XWin Crashs from Ubuntun 9.10 after Firefox sessions

2009-11-03 Thread ERIC HO
Hi Jon, the crash is not caused by doing some specific action or looking at specific 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

RE: 'run xterm' fails to open a window

2009-11-03 Thread Gery Herbozo Jimenez
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Re: Problem installing cygwin/X on vista sp2 64bit

2009-11-03 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin X)
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

Re: 'run xterm' fails to open a window

2009-11-03 Thread Linda Walsh
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 anycase. --- Oddly enough, I find the menu items

Re: X11R7.5 and C.UTF-8

2009-11-03 Thread Andy Koppe
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