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Hadi

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Re: [mg5301] XMathematica: can't open display, exiting...
Posted: Dec 1, 1996 11:17 PM
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Hi,
You should use Ip # instead of name for Mathematica or Xmath and ..
e.g: setenv DISPLAY 137.82.1.1:0.0
goodluck

On Sat, 23 Nov 1996, Olivier Georg wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am working on an HP 735/125, with VUE. I want to use Mathematica on a
> Sun
> which is using Solarix. Both are connected using NFS. I did the xhost
> and setenv thing, and I have no problem running xfig, for exemple, on
> the
> Sun and displaying it on the HP. But when it comes to Mathematica,
> I get the following message:
>
> XMathematica: can't open display, exiting...
>
> Acutally, I tried a few other combinaisons, and it looks like I can run
> Mathematica on an HP and display it on another station, but running
> Mathematica on a Sun and display it on another station doesn't work...
>
> That seems really weird, doesn't it? Any help would be welcome,
>
> Olivier
>
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