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Re: Xauthority



This is off topic. Please take this to redhat-list or some other more
suitable place.

jim

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[W]ith IBM having abandoned any attempt to keep OS/2 in the low-end
niche, it looks like Linux is increasingly the only viable, ______________
non-Microsoft-assimilated desktop PC operating system.     /   jhebert
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On Wed, 5 Nov 1997, Jason Pfeil wrote:

> As we all know, Xauthority is a much stronger X access control method than
> is xhost.  However, I am unable to get it to work properly under RedHat.
> I had problems with it under RH Linux 4.1 and now also under 4.2.  Does
> anyone have any suggestions?  I had it working fine under Slackware 3.1
> and 3.2 using xauth to create the .Xauthority file and using
> $HOME/.Xauthority as the Xauthority information file.
> 
> Thank you for your suggestions.
> 
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