Re: Windows Vista Speech Recognition and Cygwin/X

2009-01-10 Thread Jon TURNEY
Paul Loewenstein wrote: The XWin server uses primarily hardware scan codes for interpreting the windows WM_KEYDOWN and WM_SYSKEYDOWN messages. Unfortunately, Vista speech recognition (WSR) doesn't bother to fill in the scancode field in the lParam entry. Neither does SendKeys.SendWait(),

RE: Windows Vista

2008-08-26 Thread Phil Betts
Monson Hayes wrote on Sunday, August 24, 2008 12:51 PM:: [snip] Fatal server error: could not open default font 'fixed' It's pretty obvious that this is the reason it's failed, and googling for this would have found the answer. Whilst I could give you the definitive solution, it's such a

RE: Windows Vista

2008-08-26 Thread Thomas Dickey
On Tue, 26 Aug 2008, Phil Betts wrote: Monson Hayes wrote on Sunday, August 24, 2008 12:51 PM:: [snip] snip Fatal server error: could not open default font 'fixed' It's pretty obvious that this is the reason it's failed, and googling for this would have found the answer. Whilst I could

Re: Windows Vista

2008-08-25 Thread Scott Fordin
Cygwin does indeed run on 32-bit versions of Windows Vista. Don't know about 64-bit versions. In my experience, there are a few catches to getting Cygwin to work on Vista: 1. Run the Cygwin setup as Administrator and in XP Compatibility Mode. 2. I had better luck when I did the

Re: Windows Vista

2008-08-25 Thread Brian Wisti
To clarify, Cygwin/X worked fine for me when I was running 32 bit Vista, but I had to resort to the XMing solution under AMD64. Kind Regards, Brian Wisti On Mon, Aug 25, 2008 at 2:24 PM, Scott Fordin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Cygwin does indeed run on 32-bit versions of Windows Vista. Don't

Re: Windows Vista

2008-08-24 Thread Brian Wisti
I still haven't been able to get Cygwin/X working under Vista yet. I was able to use XLaunch and fire off X applications from the cygwin shell. http://www.straightrunning.com/XmingNotes/ Be sure to set up $DISPLAY in your .bashrc: export DISPLAY=localhost:0.0 I'd love to know if

Re: Windows Vista

2008-08-24 Thread Monson Hayes
Not sure how to reply to a thread, but here are the details of what happens when I try to run Cygwin/X. First, I would like to comment that the following was suggested: Be sure to set up $DISPLAY in your .bashrc: export DISPLAY=localhost:0.0 What is interesting, is in my installation I

Re: Windows Vista

2007-04-24 Thread Scott Fordin
Brian Dessent wrote: Scott Fordin wrote: Also make sure that you run the Cygwin setup as Administrator. Eh? I just installed on Vista yesterday and all I had to do was click on setup.exe. Vista asked to run it as administrator since the executable is named setup.exe. I didn't have to do

Re: Windows Vista

2007-04-23 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin X)
Mariana Silva wrote: Hello I am trying to install cygwin/X in Windows Vista and I get a message saying that the installation could not be completed. Is there a new version of cygwin/X for this operational system? No. The error you got is unlikely to be as a result of Vista. Try a

Re: Windows Vista

2007-04-23 Thread Scott Fordin
Larry Hall (Cygwin X) wrote: Mariana Silva wrote: Hello I am trying to install cygwin/X in Windows Vista and I get a message saying that the installation could not be completed. Is there a new version of cygwin/X for this operational system? No. The error you got is unlikely to be as a

Re: Windows Vista

2007-04-23 Thread Brian Dessent
Scott Fordin wrote: No. The error you got is unlikely to be as a result of Vista. Try a different mirror. Also make sure that you run the Cygwin setup as Administrator. This doesn't just mean that your user account has Administrator rights; you have to right-click the Cygwin setup.exe