Subject: Re: Applix / not enough memory
To: Brett Lymn <email@example.com>
From: Jason Thorpe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/01/1996 21:40:15
On Mon, 2 Sep 1996 13:05:32 +0930 (CST)
email@example.com (Brett Lymn) wrote:
> >jmarin@pyy ~ %(217)Could not open X display!
> >Your display is set to ahven:0.0
> >The X server does not seem to recognize this.
> >Could not open X display!
> >I was trying to use an X server running on an Amiga and I thought it might
> >be the one to blame, but trying a real X server didn't make things any
> >better. :-(
> Ummm one thing to try is use the IP address instead of the name in the
> display environment variable. I have had this work with other
> (non-NetBSD) things.
I have this problem all the time, running Bay Networks Site Manager under
NetBSD/sparc ... the solution? Put the hostname of the display in
/etc/hosts ... the reason? Lame Sun C library that wants /etc/hosts or
YP :-) (I run YP, but not on the machines where I run Site Manager :-)
Hope that helps!
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