dxpc installed OK on Solaris at work, and Linux at home.


on remote Solaris"darkstar" (rlogin through VPN)
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[stevem@darkstar]> setenv DISPLAY 10.10.254.36:0
[stevem@darkstar]> dxpc -f -u
[stevem@darkstar]> setenv DISPLAY unix:8


on local Linux
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/home/stevem> setenv DISPLAY unix:0
/home/stevem> dxpc -f darkstar


now try to run simple x-application on remote:
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[stevem@darkstar]> xcalc
Error: Can't open display: unix:8

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also tried another display besides default#8 on remote

[stevem@darkstar]> dxpc -f -u -d 6
[stevem@darkstar]> setenv DISPLAY unix:6
[stevem@darkstar]> xcalc
Error: Can't open display: unix:6


I typed "xhost +" on both Solaris and Linux before
I tried all this.

so what is wrong with the dxpc client on the remote Solaris?


-steve