[Linux-users] Solaris /arch/ paths, .xsession questions
Jeremy J. Olson
linux-users at lists.ccs.neu.edu
Tue, 4 Dec 2001 08:26:59 -0500
>eventually we're getting /arch space for the linux project. it's probably
>a good idea to start checking uname's in your scripts before calling programs.
I meant the #! line calls, as in #!/arch/unix/bin/perl and the like.
> > If you're keeping everything in /usr/local, you might just want
>to create some
>> symlinks matching the Solaris paths that all point to /usr/local.
>> I also noticed that the machines are loading up Gnome without
>> to my .xsession file. I would have expected them to spit out errors and log
>> something to my x logfile because the .xsession tries to load up
>> it didn't even do that, so I assume it's not reading the file at all.
>the .xsession files are most certainly called. gnome is the default if there's
>failure in the wmsh system in ccs.
I'll continue to poke at my .xsession file and see if I can get it to work.
>if blackbox is something you'd like installed, please let the list know
>so we can install them.
Yeah, sure. 0.61.1 is installed in /arch/beta on the Solaris
machines, there's an 0.50-something in /arch/Xapps/.
Jeremy J. Olson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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