Subject: Re: looking for X calculator
To: Kent S. Gordon <email@example.com>
From: Rob Windsor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/12/1995 22:36:39
Verily did "Kent S. Gordon" write:
> >>>>> "jspath" == Jim Spath <email@example.com> writes:
> > I'm looking for a calculator program that runs under X11. The
> > stock xcalc just gives me some odd rectangles with a 0 in the
> > middle. I've checked out rpncalc and hexcalc from FTP.X.ORG;
> > rpncalc needs some Sun code, while hexcalc is integer only. Any
> > pointers appreciated. TIA!
I am experiencing the same problem.
> This sound like a configuration problem with some wildcard X resource
> entries. I would try xcalc again after doing a xrdb -load /dev/null
> (to clear the resource database). If this fixes the problem, look for
> entries in .Xdefaults, .xresource (or other resource files) that have
> entries like *geometry (most likely reason) or some other star record.
punk$ xrdb -load /dev/null
nup, still tossed.
Anyone know where to find a working calculator (other than bc)? ;>
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