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Old 05-13-2004, 10:50 AM   #1
lugoteehalt
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X won't make unix fontpath connection


Trying to get fontserver, on a remote box, to work. When X starts it refuses to set up the font path to listen on port 7101 or whatever it is. Ditto xset fp+ unix:/7101, or whatever it should be, is refused. It is Debian, however I think I lost the -nolisten arguement to xinit; but could be wrong.

Thanks any suggestions - am out of ideas.
 
  


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