Quote:>We're setting up a bunch of Ultra 30's (Solaris 2.6), and seeing
>some X errors. In particular, when we fire up FrameMaker, it
>will freeze with the following error:
>Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server
>Xlib: Maximum number of clients reached
>I realize this is probably an X tunable parameter, but not
>knowing too too much about Solaris - not sure which one..
>Anyone have any ideas??
Its more likely to be a security violation. Ie. the user that is
logged into the workstation isn't the one that is trying to run up
Frame maker on that display. By default, in Openwindows or CDE on
Solaris 2.6, the window system will set the logged in user up
correctly with the correct DISPLAY variable, and setup the right entry
in their ~/.Xauthority. If a user telnet's in, and tries to run
Framemaker on that system, without setting their DISPLAY back to their
proper screen, it'll fail to connect to the screen.
The solution, is make sure your DISPLAY variable is setup right, and
that your ~/.Xauthority is setup correctly. If you are running a the
user that is logged in, this should be all automatic for you.
You'll run into this alot when you 'su' and forget to exit out of the
root shell (running as root) and run the program. root doesn't have
permission by default to display to your X screen.
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