[svlug] startx | no tcp port ?
shaeffer at best.com
Thu May 25 20:54:56 PDT 2000
On Thu, May 25, 2000 at 08:17:44PM -0700, Bill Schoolcraft wrote:
> At Thu, 25 May 2000 it looks like kmself at ix.netcom.com composed:
> -> What port do you want it to open?
> -> X11 uses ports 6000 - 6064 by default for displays 1-64 (not sure what
> -> happens after the first 64 displays). You can specify 6000 + n by
> -> referring to display :n, eg:
> -> startx -- :20 &
> Actually I'd like to open X11 without port 6000 springing it's
> head open. It's the `startx --<no-tcp>` that I'm after.
> Bill Schoolcraft http://www.billschoolcraft.com
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/usr/X11R6/bin/startx: Bourne shell script text
It's a script. Go in there and make it do whatever you want. And you'll see
when you look in there, it is really simple and just calls xinit. And xinit
just calls X. So, you really need to refer to the X manpage, if you can't
make startx dance to your tune.
Hope that helps.
Neuralscape; Santa Cruz, Ca. 95060
shaeffer at neuralscape.com http://www.neuralscape.com
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