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CLISP+CLX : pb with open-display
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: CLISP+CLX : pb with open-display
- From: Matthieu Quignard <Matthieu.Quignard@ens-lyon.fr>
- Date: Wed, 21 May 1997 13:46:51 +0200 (MET DST)
I apologize for that question that concerns more CLX than CLISP but
I hope to hear from you some answers. You may have been in such a case.
I have authorization failure from X server at every display opening.
I found a temporary solution with xhost that isn't very secure.
I'd like to have more infos about :authorization-name (-data) key
in function open-display to have a nice, clean usage of it.
Here it comes :
I'm on "levant" (Sparc 5, with Solaris 2.5, OpenWindows).
My DISPLAY has been set to levant:0 as well.
I do have rights on the X server : it works fine when I
launch xclock, for example...
levant% setenv DISPLAY "levant:0.0"
levant% echo $DISPLAY
> (sys::getenv "HOST")
> (sys::getenv "DISPLAY")
> (xlib::open-display "levant" :display 0)
*** - Connection failure to X11.0 server levant display 0: Client is not
authorized to connect to Server
Obviously, it works fine when "levant" has been
added to the hosts list by :
The latter solution is not very secure. Is there a nicer
way to use open-display on my machine ?
If anyone could lead me to a nice (and complete) manual of
CLX, I would appreciate. I found the official manual :
CLX : Common Lisp Xinterface
(c) 1989 Texas Instruments Inc
but it's very very short on X displays...
Thanks for any help,
Matthieu Quignard (email@example.com)