On 10/27/07, Ben Byer <email@hidden> wrote:
> Biggest user-visible change: launchd support for X11. The only
> situation where you should need to manually start X11.app is if you
> are only running remote X11 applications.
Are you sure? I don't run any local X11 applications, but on Leopard,
with X11 off, I do 'ssh -Y mylinuxserver' (which graphically prompts
me for my SSH key passphrase -- whoa!) and then I run a program that
requires X, and X11 automagically pops up in my dock and the program
That's awesome! I can take the DISPLAY=... trickery out of my
.profile and I no longer have to train coworkers about the DISPLAY
variable! I just checked, and without my DISPLAY junk in my .profile,
it's set to /tmp/launch-zk0BPF/:0
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