jeremy at linux-phreak.net
Tue Jul 17 01:54:03 PDT 2001
Scot - Dont' know if you got this fixed or not, but you're half way to fixing it.
Setting the display variable as the root user is only half the battle. You also have to tell the x-server that it should allow connections from itself...Open up an xterm as the user who actually owns the X server, and type:
and you should be good to do. OR.....simply run licq as the user, not as root...either one will work!
On Mon, 16 Jul 2001 15:56:44 -0400
Scot Mc Pherson <smcpherson at bradentonherald.com> wrote:
> Jesse Tie Ten Quee wrote:
> > Yo,
> > On Mon, Jul 16, 2001 at 09:46:35AM -0400, Scot Mc Pherson wrote:
> > > 2) perhaps someone has a better alternative to licq.
> > uh...GnomeICU? no idea, haven't used it in nearly two years...
> I could try it.
> > > As I said it seems to compile fine. I compile in the qt-gui plugin,
> > > (discovered this after I got the message "can't find qt-gui"" message at
> > > $ ./licq
> > Did you install it? i'm pretty sure that licq hard codes most things and
> > it would not work from the build directory..?
> Oh yes, I installed it
> > > the error I get is , "unable to connect to X server"
> > Did you compile as another user? (eg root) if so try setting; export
> > DISPLAY=0:0
> Ok I tried that,
> It didn't work.
> Xlib: connection to "0:0.0" refused by server
> Xlib: Client is not authorized to connect to Server
> licq: cannot connect to X server 0:0
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