Re: Connecting to an XServer with XWin

2008-11-18 Thread Scott Fordin
Just so you all know, it looks like installing the Xorg-related packages on my Solaris 10 machine (not difficult using the Sun Update Manager tool (/bin/updatemanager)) did the trick. No more X resource crashes on things like keyboard input (viz. XKEYBOARD). I hope other people find this useful.

Re: Connecting to an XServer with XWin

2008-11-18 Thread Yaakov (Cygwin Ports)
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 Scott Fordin wrote: Just so you all know, it looks like installing the Xorg-related packages on my Solaris 10 machine (not difficult using the Sun Update Manager tool (/bin/updatemanager)) did the trick. No more X resource crashes on things like

Re: Connecting to an XServer with XWin

2008-11-17 Thread Jon TURNEY
jose isaias cabrera wrote: Greetings! I just ran setup and upgraded to the new cygwin and something has broke. I was able to run this command before, xwin :0.0 -clipboard -query 13.142.6.222 -fp tcp/13.142.6.222:7100 I'm a bit suspicious of this command line as the server is called

Re: Connecting to an XServer with XWin

2008-11-17 Thread Scott Fordin
You might also want to check your firewall settings. Firewalls tend to get real touchy when the signatures for binary files change. Scott Jon TURNEY wrote: jose isaias cabrera wrote: Greetings! I just ran setup and upgraded to the new cygwin and something has broke. I was able to run this

Re: Connecting to an XServer with XWin

2008-11-17 Thread jose isaias cabrera
xwin :0.0 -clipboard -query 13.142.6.222 -fp tcp/13.142.6.222:7100 I'm a bit suspicious of this command line as the server is called XWin Tried, XWin... same difference. Are you looking for XWin.log in /var/log ? No. /tmp. If you open a cygwin bash shell, type the command to run the X

Re: Connecting to an XServer with XWin

2008-11-17 Thread jose isaias cabrera
You might also want to check your firewall settings. Firewalls tend to get real touchy when the signatures for binary files change. With the firewall turned it off, (just XP) and same problem occurrs... -- Unsubscribe info: http://cygwin.com/ml/#unsubscribe-simple Problem reports:

Re: Connecting to an XServer with XWin

2008-11-17 Thread Scott Fordin
You know, as it so happens, I've been tracking down a solution to a similar problem I just started experiencing today. In my case though, I just upgraded from Ubuntu 8.04 to 8.10, and I'm trying to connect to a Solaris 10 box. I can connect, and certain applications work just fine, but a couple

Re: Connecting to an XServer with XWin

2008-11-17 Thread Jon TURNEY
jose isaias cabrera wrote: Are you looking for XWin.log in /var/log ? No. /tmp. Ok, please look for /var/log/XWin.log; does it contain anything interesting? If you open a cygwin bash shell, type the command to run the X server, you get no output at all? Cygwin X server is running ok.

Re: Connecting to an XServer with XWin

2008-11-17 Thread Jon TURNEY
Jon TURNEY wrote: jose isaias cabrera wrote: exits the login screen once I hit any key in the user textbox. Is there any way to get the previous setup? Maybe it has to do with the keyboard problem I have read very little of... No, I think problem is that the XDM (if that's what it is)

Re: Connecting to an XServer with XWin

2008-11-17 Thread jose isaias cabrera
Scott Fordin wrote... You know, as it so happens, I've been tracking down a solution to a similar problem I just started experiencing today. In my case though, I just upgraded from Ubuntu 8.04 to 8.10, and I'm trying to connect to a Solaris 10 box. I can connect, and certain applications work

Re: Connecting to an XServer with XWin

2008-11-17 Thread jose isaias cabrera
From: Jon TURNEY wrote... jose isaias cabrera wrote: Are you looking for XWin.log in /var/log ? No. /tmp. Ok, please look for /var/log/XWin.log; does it contain anything interesting? Attached... If you open a cygwin bash shell, type the command to run the X server, you get no output

Connecting to an XServer with XWin

2008-11-16 Thread jose isaias cabrera
Greetings! I just ran setup and upgraded to the new cygwin and something has broke. I was able to run this command before, xwin :0.0 -clipboard -query 13.142.6.222 -fp tcp/13.142.6.222:7100 and I would get the login screen of the Solaris 10 XServer and I was able to login. Now, I get the