Alex Cellarius wrote:
On Fri, 29 Nov 2002 20:27:44 +0100, Joaquin Ferruz Melero
firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
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I have been using XPhoton with local clients, without problems.
However, I have tried to run remote X-Windows clients from another
computer (a Sun workstation running Solaris 2.6), without success. The
program exits in Solaris 2.6 with the following message:
Invalid MIT-MGIC-COOKIE-1 Key
Try searching google with Invalid MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 Key
:-; OK. that’s right; I didn’t know much about cookies; I used to solve
this by typing “xhost +” - which does not seem to work here. But Xphoton
(little p) in QNX 6.1 didn’t know either. Xterm used to work right away -
and unsafely, I suppose.
In any case I asked Mr. Google, and programmed the right cookie. What
“he” didn’t tell me is to make yet another change to ph, in order to tell
XPhoton (big P) where to find some cookies - something it doesn’t know by
default. Well, it works, at last.