In article <33A7F0CA.167E at mpiz-koeln.mpg.de>,
Kurt Stueber <stueber at mpiz-koeln.mpg.de> writes:
> Here I want to add the error message I got (maybe this gives some
> hints to the problem stated in my last posting:
>> I started MacX and run a telnet simultaneously and issued
> the commands:
>> UNIX> setenv DISPAY mymac:0.0
> UNIX> gcg
> UNIX> seqlab
>> then I got the following error message:
>> UNIX> seqlab
> XIO: fatal IO error 54 (Connection reset by peer) on X server
> after 0 requests (0 known processed) with 0 events remaining.
>>> I checked on MacX, it should have enough memory...
I had an error that can be similar. I try to run seqlab (from
our server) on an old Sun. The system of the sun was not uptodate and
the X server was probably X11R5 or around. WPI worked very well with
this Xserver but seqlab killed it (yep killed!).
I think seqlab uses the last updates of X protocol (should be
X11R6 compatible) and as the old sun, your MacX is to old to display
Can GCG confirm the X compatibility of Seqlab?
If this helps...
P.S.: seqlab work very well on uptodate systems (but the colors are
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