Re: X11R7.5 and C.UTF-8

2009-12-04 Thread Thomas Dickey
On Thu, 3 Dec 2009, Eric Blake wrote: Thomas Dickey dickey at his.com writes: This means that characters 0..127 have to be treated as ASCII, but No, it means that portable characters and control characters must be 128. ASCII meets this characteristic, but so does EBCDIC, as well as UTF-8.

how do I get help if I can't figure out how to do anything?

2009-12-04 Thread Wendel Dean Renner
Do you have a list of consultants? And it is not like I am ignorant of computers. I write c++ code. Without help, who is going to be able to use anything provided? Have managed to compile and link a Open GL, X/Motif program (using lesstif) and get Error: Can't open display. Need to be

Re: how do I get help if I can't figure out how to do anything?

2009-12-04 Thread Michael Breuer
Have you looked at the troubleshooting documentation? You know you can run with verbose and log options. My guess is that the reason the display can't be opened is made reasonable clear in your log file(s). I'm also going to hazard a guess that your xserver doesn't have opengl support. Wendel

Re: how do I get help if I can't figure out how to do anything?

2009-12-04 Thread Christopher Faylor
On Fri, Dec 04, 2009 at 09:44:34AM -0500, Wendel Dean Renner wrote: Do you have a list of consultants? And it is not like I am ignorant of computers. I write c++ code. Without help, who is going to be able to use anything provided? What is a consultant? Are you actualy saying that you will be

Re: 1.7 - what's the right way to start X?

2009-12-04 Thread Fredrik Staxeng
Larry Hall (Cygwin X) reply-to-list-only-l...@cygwin.com writes: On 12/03/2009 04:07 PM, Fredrik Staxeng wrote: What is the recommended/preferred way to start X in 1.7? In 1.5 I used a modified version of startxwin.bat. And where do I put my .xinitrc/.xsession script? What about startxwin.bat

Re: 1.7 - what's the right way to start X?

2009-12-04 Thread DePriest, Jason R.
On Fri, Dec 4, 2009 at 10:12 AM, Fredrik Staxeng wrote: Larry Hall (Cygwin X) writes: On 12/03/2009 04:07 PM, Fredrik Staxeng wrote: What is the recommended/preferred way to start X in 1.7? In 1.5 I used a modified version of startxwin.bat. And where do I put my .xinitrc/.xsession script?

Re: 1.7 - what's the right way to start X?

2009-12-04 Thread Ken Brown
On 12/4/2009 11:12 AM, Fredrik Staxeng wrote: I have seen this problem before, and the solution was to run rebaseall, which broke emacs, and then reinstall libncurses to fix emacs. Is this the way to do it? Will it still break emacs? I haven't seen any reports of emacs problems in 1.7

Re: how do I get help if I can't figure out how to do anything?

2009-12-04 Thread Gene C. Ruzicka
Wendel Dean Renner wrote: Do you have a list of consultants? And it is not like I am ignorant of computers. I write c++ code. Without help, who is going to be able to use anything provided? Have managed to compile and link a Open GL, X/Motif program (using lesstif) and get Error: Can't

Re: how do I get help if I can't figure out how to do anything?

2009-12-04 Thread Scott Fordin
Have you tried starting the Cygwin X Server with the -ac option to disable access control? Scott Gene C. Ruzicka wrote: Wendel Dean Renner wrote: Do you have a list of consultants? And it is not like I am ignorant of computers. I write c++ code. Without help, who is going to be able to use

Can't start Xwin server using latest Cygwin 1.7, Xorg server, etc.

2009-12-04 Thread Jim Reisert AD1C
I'm having problems again getting the X server to start from startxwin.bat. My environment contains: LANG=C LC_TIME=C Here are parts of my environment: base-cygwin 2.0-1 OK cygrunsrv1.34-1 OK cygutils 1.4.1-2 OK cygwin