Accessing Xfce4 via tightvnc
Brian J. Tarricone
bjt23 at cornell.edu
Thu Jan 24 19:19:44 CET 2008
> I am not sure if this is even the right list to post this on. I just
> figured I would start out here and see what transpires.
> Using: FreeBSD-6.3
> Xfce4 version 4.4.1 (Xfce 4.4)
> I access xfce4 via 'tightvnc' from a WinXP machine. The program is
> started from the 'xstartup' file in "$HOME/.vnc". This is the contents
> of that file:
> 1) I do not have gimp-2.2 installed. I have gimp-2.4 installed. Why is
> it looking for gimp-2.2 and how do I stop it from doing so?
Likely you have an install of gimp 2.2 that left files behind.
Considering it's talking about files in /usr/local/, it sounds like you
might have manually installed it there at some point. You can delete
the files referenced, or just not care. Really, why do you care? It's
not hurting anything.
> 2) What is with all of the 'GLX' error messages and how do I correct it
> or is it something I can just ignore?
Ignore. They're X server extensions that a 'normal' X server would
have, but many (all?) VNC servers don't.
> 3) Are the 'XRandr' 'XComposite' 'XDamage' and 'XFixes' error messages
> something I need to worry about? If so, how do I correct it?
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