Re: SSH X11 Forwarded OOo refuses to start
On Tue, May 17, 2005 at 10:18:37AM +0100, Matthew T. Atkinson wrote:
> I've been having this issue for some time. Sometimes when I start
> programs on my PPC box, forwarding them to my desktop they refuse to
> start with errors like the following. Usually restarting them makes
> them work (e.g. Firefox, Evolution). However, when I start OOo,
> it /always/ does this:
I think you are hitting bug #265653
> The program 'soffice.bin' received an X Window System error.
> This probably reflects a bug in the program.
> The error was 'BadRequest (invalid request code or no such operation)'.
> (Details: serial 83 error_code 1 request_code 128 minor_code 1)
> (Note to programmers: normally, X errors are reported asynchronously;
> that is, you will receive the error a while after causing it.
> To debug your program, run it with the --sync command line
> option to change this behavior. You can then get a meaningful
> backtrace from your debugger if you break on the gdk_x_error()
> I was told a while back to look at my ForwardX11Trusted setting. I set
> this to ``no'' (against the Debian default of ``yes''). OOo then works,
> but uses a default GTK renderer and is only just about readable.
> Evolution does the same but always comes out with a strange green hue on
> the toolbars and text and is completely unreadable.
> Does anyone else have these issues? Is it possible to get the programs
> to load /and/ use my normal GTK theme (I use bluecurve on the desktop
> and PPC box, with larger than normal font sizes. When ForwardX11Trusted
> is set to ``yes'', Evolution and Firefox match perfectly with the rest
> of my desktop).
> Thanks in advance for any advice you may have,
> Matthew T. Atkinson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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