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Getting CLX to go: help wanted
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Getting CLX to go: help wanted
- From: Simon Brooke <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 25 Sep 1995 17:21:33 +0100
I'm in one of those situations where a little help from someone who's
done it goes a *long* way. I've just acquired clx, and I'm trying to
make it go. The compile went sweetly, with very minor warnings, and I
have changed nothing from the distribution.
I'm running Linux 1.2.8 kernel on a 486dx4/100. There is no network
card, and things which try to go out on the net regularly complain
that the network is unreachable. However X clients generally work fine
with the DISPLAY environment variable set either to ':0.0' or
CLISP gives me the following version information:
(CLISP2 6 NIL 101293)
My XServer is XF86_SVGA version 3.1.1 (I *think* -- I'm going by the
manual page on this...), which came as part of X11R6.
OK, so what goes wrong?
> (cd "demo/")
> (load "hello")
;; Loading file /home/simon/lisp/clx/demo/hello.lsp ...
;; Loading of file /home/simon/lisp/clx/demo/hello.lsp is finished.
> (xlib::hello-world "")
*** - Connection failure to X11.0 server display 0: Client is not authorized to connect to Server
1. Break> unwind
> (xlib::hello-world "localhost")
*** - Connection failure to X11.0 server localhost display 0: Client is not authorized to connect to Server
1. Break> unwind
> (xlib::hello-world "caleddon")
*** - UNIX error 101 (ENETUNREACH): Network is unreachable
OK: that's the problem. Has anyone else had this? What's the fix? If I
need other versions or bits of software, please let me know where to
ftp them from.
------- firstname.lastname@example.org (Simon Brooke)
If God does not write LisP, God writes some code so similar to
LisP as to make no difference.