|> >Here's the msg that I'm getting when I try to draw from an SGI to another SGI
|> >(it's a GL application). Both machines have the same operating system level.
|> > dgl error (TCP connect): Connection refused
|> > dgl error (default init): default dglopen(rthpirf.liant.com:0,4) returned -127
|> >Any ideas? I've done the usual xhost stuff and I can run a pure
|> >X application (xclock) from machine A and have it draw on machine B.
|> First, make sure the following line (or one similar) is
|> in /etc/services on both machines, and is not commented out:
|> sgi-dgl 5232/tcp # SGI Distributed Graphics Lib.
|> Then, make sure the following line (or one similar) is
|> in /usr/etc/inetd.conf on both machines, and is not commented out:
|> sgi-dgl stream tcp nowait root /usr/etc/dgld dgld -IM -tDGLTSOCKET
|> Now, run the application again.
there is also an open bug against dgl not working when magic cookies are
in effect. if you are using them, try turning this level of protection
off via the DisplayManager*authorize resource in /usr/lib/X11/xdm/xdm-config.
(see the man page for xdm for more info).