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RE: X11-users Digest, Vol 4, Issue 122
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RE: X11-users Digest, Vol 4, Issue 122



Are you running an Intel Mac?  You may have XDarwin installed.

It sounds to me like you probably have X installed alright, but that the program you're trying to launch in X Window System is not configured properly.  YOu may have to set an .xauthority config file or something.

Have you tried launching whatever X environment you're using from the Terminal?  If so, what response do you get?

Try this:

% open -a X11
or
% open -a xdarwin
or whatever X window system you're running.


- harkonen


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> Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 11:48:02 -0500
> From: David File <email@hidden>
> Subject: reinstall questions - matlab user
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> I recently purchased matlab and found that my X11 install was not in
> proper order. I never could get an X11 icon in the applications folder.
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> Before I really needed it...I had been trying many different
> procedures for getting X11 up and running like fink, xf86, apples
> packages, you name it.
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> So last week I did a search on X11 and deleted everything I could
> find, but during the reinstall I always got a message saying "already
> installed"
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> I ran that special unix routine to check the install and it told me
> nothing was there.
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> So is there some configuration file somewhere that I need to delete?
> or other?
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> Thanks,
> Dave
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> Grad student, Physics, Univ. Kansas
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