The tag has no wiki summary.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

1
vote
1answer
229 views

Configuration for either detecting already running xsession or only auto-logging in once

My goal is an Arch based HTPC which on one tty runs XBMC and on another runs a minimalistic desktop (mainly for web browsing). I haven't yet started on the XBMC slice of the pie, but at the moment it ...
2
votes
1answer
930 views

Arch modules not loading on start?

I keep getting errors on startup in Arch relating to my rc.conf: failed to load module "wl" failed to load module "lib80211" etc. It lists all the modules in my /etc/rc.conf This is my full ...
3
votes
1answer
259 views

Unable to host a server with Xpra, only connect to an existing one

I've downloaded and installed Xpra from their distribution hosted on winswitch. However, when I try to run it on my server I'm getting: This xpra install does not support starting local servers. ...
3
votes
2answers
284 views

How do I screencap another Xorg display?

I started another x session from my current one like so: xinit xterm -- :128 An x session starts in display :128, xterm gets run in it and everything is fine. I switched back to screen :0 (the ...
1
vote
1answer
186 views

X Server Crash in Fedora 9

I have a motif based application that runs on Fedora 9. This application has a functionality that calls itself periodically to perform a task using SIGALRM signal. However the application seems to ...
9
votes
1answer
501 views

Why need drivers for both x server and the linux kernel?

Can someone explain why two sets of drivers are needed, one in the Linux kernel and one in X? I understand that the device drivers are in the kernel, but what is the role of those in the xserver? ...
1
vote
1answer
90 views

pipe Windows windows to Xserver on my linux host

Is it possible to pipe a native graphical Windows application to Xserver? I would like to run a virtual machine on my Linux host and access the application directly. (Something like the seamless ...
2
votes
3answers
3k views

How to Cygwin Xwin -query an Ubuntu 11.10 Xserver?

I am running Cygwin 1.7 on Win7 Pro x64, and I can query my Ubuntu 10.04 LTS server just fine. XWin.exe -clipboard -once -rootless -nodecoration -notrayicon -query $IP_ADDRESS I recently installed ...
2
votes
2answers
15k views

stop Xserver in Xubuntu 11

I want to shutdown my X to be able to install proprietary NVidia driver, but I couldn't find out how. There are some suggestions that didn't work for me. I neither have /etc/init.d/gdm nor ...
4
votes
1answer
922 views

What is the max number of x-clients?

I am developing an x-server implementation, and I want to make it as similar to the current one as possible. I read through the documentation, but I couldn't find anything specific. In particular, ...
2
votes
1answer
3k views

Authenticating with x11vnc: what's the difference between -auth and -rfbauth?

I'm on xubuntu 11.10 trying to setup x11vnc server. I followed instructions here and I can connect to VNC server - but it never asks me for password! Is there a difference between these 2 options: ...
3
votes
1answer
73 views

On Solaris 7 Box trying to get X Record Extension Library to work using x11vnc

Does Xsun support this extension? Im on a Solaris Sparc Ultra 2 SunOs 5.7. x11vnc version: 0.9.9
13
votes
2answers
26k views

Is there a command to list all open displays on a machine?

When SSH'd locally into my computer (don't ask, it's a workaround), I can't start graphical applications without running: export DISPLAY=:0.0 If I run this first and then run a graphical ...
2
votes
2answers
306 views

Simple LiveCD running only Xorg Server

I have a netbook without HDD, I think it could be useful for monitoring logs. Do someone know about a light LiveCD, running only a Xserver?
2
votes
3answers
1k views

Lost mouse pointer in XServer

Have tried many windows managers including TWM, xfce and Gnome, but my mouse pointer is gone. It is invisible, but it performs all the actions. If I do the right click the context menu opens and this ...
1
vote
1answer
1k views

Restarting X in CentOS 5

I went to a CentOS terminal, and someone was logged in doing work. I hit Ctrl+Alt+F2 to try to get to my own session so I could check something. When I hit Ctrl+Alt+F1 to get back, X did not come back ...