Andrew Bacchi schrieb:
Quote:> I use Reflection X on my NT box and connect to a FreeBSD server. Did you
> set your environment on Unix to output the display to NT? Try 'set
> DISPLAY=my_NT_IP_address' if using csh, or 'set DISPLAY my_NT_IP_address' if
> using bash. Then reissue your xterm command.
I set the env variable and the problem remains. Maybe it is indeed a problem
with the xterm binary?
> Another solution is to use Reflextion X from NT to 'pull' a session from
> Unix. Start Reflection X and look for a generic Unix session definition.
> Edit the properties to point to your Unix box and it should work easily.
I already got a session from Unix using the Reflection binary x2win.exe. But
this starts a VT100 terminal emulation which is a joke compared to real
X-Windows. With Exceed, I remember one can start an Exceed binary which will
pull a real X-Windows session to the the NT box. I went to the Reflections
binary directory and could not find anything that seems close. Any idea here?
> > Trying to start an X Window to my NT box running Reflection with the
> > following command from a telnet session :
> > xterm -display <pc's IP>:0
> > I got the error messages:
> > Can't open display
> > Error: couldn't find per display info
> > The telnet session itself is indeed an X-application emulating the VT100
> > (or VT240?) terminal, anyway, dumb 24 by 80 chars, put and paste with
> > mouse device not supported.
> > The unix box is running HP-UX, uh ... I think version 10. The IP address
> > is not in /etc/hosts but I am not the root user and if possible I dont
> > want to bother the admin. Does any one know the reason for the error or
> > better yet the fix?
> > Thanks!