Re: a MANPATH problem
"Oliver Elphick" wrote:
>Check out xauth.
>You need to tell root what authorisation you are using to talk to the
>X server, so that it can share it. For example:
># xauth merge ~dmallery/.Xauthority
Only don't do this in your own home directory: I just found that this command
rewrote my .Xauthority file and changed its permissions to root, so that
no other X command would work. I had to su and change its ownership back to
You could also use `xhost localhost'
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