Fisher, Jay L.
jay.fisher at swri.org
Tue Nov 16 05:56:12 UTC 2021
From: Tom <macpro at t-online.de<mailto:macpro at t-online.de>>
Subject: Re: xorg-server
Date: November 15, 2021 at 3:11:44 PM CST
To: MacPorts Users <macports-users at lists.macports.org<mailto:macports-users at lists.macports.org>>
Same problem with xclock. Where can I find the log file of the xorg-server?
On 12. Nov 2021, at 21:17, Chris Jones <jonesc at hep.phy.cam.ac.uk<mailto:jonesc at hep.phy.cam.ac.uk>> wrote:
Impossible to say without more data.
Do you have any crash logs in Console ? Any other messages ?
What application are you running ? Try install a simple one like xclock and see if that works ?
Have you tired removing then reinstalling the xorg-server port ?
Are you actually using the xorg-server X11 server or do you perhaps have another one installed instead ?
Have you logged out and back in again, as required by the xorg-server instalation ?
One possible issue is that if you are logging into a machine as a different user than the one you are on, X won’t let that user display on your local screen. To overcome that issue, you can issue the command xhost + before you try to bring up an X window, but note that this version of xhost allows any program to display on your local computer.
Structural Engineering Department
Southwest Research Institute
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