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Re: chroot to oldlinux to run legacy app, with X



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Jack Byers wrote:
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> Jack Byers     byersj hotmail com
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> Copying the .Xauthority file saves you the need to open access to your X
> server. (xhost +localhost)
> Other then that, you just chroot into the 32bit Linux and execute the
> command.
> 
> Gilboa
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	Just putting in a mild gripe here, but I can't remember the last time
someone used then or than correctly.  So just for the record use then
when you are trying to convey the order (chronologically or
geographically).  Than is used when comparing two things as I am bigger
than you.  The use here is obscure but other and that are in a weird way
being compared so than is correct.

	Thanks for letting me get that off my chest!  Please resume

Scott
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