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accepted Two GUI applications as different users on the same screen
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comment Two GUI applications as different users on the same screen
It has been set for the other too.
May
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comment Two GUI applications as different users on the same screen
There is no point id doing export, the variable is set already.
May
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comment Two GUI applications as different users on the same screen
It doesn't work. The error is the same.
May
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comment Two GUI applications as different users on the same screen
It returns :1.0, the same for main and second user. I had to kill X.
May
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comment Two GUI applications as different users on the same screen
It works. It looks I don't have to set DISPLAY variable.
May
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comment Two GUI applications as different users on the same screen
It doesn't work for me, the same error.
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revised Two GUI applications as different users on the same screen
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comment Two GUI applications as different users on the same screen
@roomcays The error is the same.
Apr
30
comment Two GUI applications as different users on the same screen
@warl0ck Well, it works. I don't think it is good to set this for everyone, though.
Apr
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comment Two GUI applications as different users on the same screen
It only returns xhost: bad hostname "userBname"
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asked Two GUI applications as different users on the same screen
Dec
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comment A reliable and free way to use Linux on Windows, multiprocessor and x86_64
Why didn't I do this earlier? It looks it works.
Dec
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revised A reliable and free way to use Linux on Windows, multiprocessor and x86_64
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comment A reliable and free way to use Linux on Windows, multiprocessor and x86_64
VB guest additions doesn't work on my Linux.
Dec
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comment A reliable and free way to use Linux on Windows, multiprocessor and x86_64
@Mat It works somehow. I only don't have screen autofit and native file sheering. Cifs works.