From the Linux-hacker.com post
"I was able to get Xphoton running on my Audrey today. I haven't had a chance to do a lot of testing, but I have successfully run simple X clients from both QNX and Linux servers.
I was even able to run netscape from my Linux box, and it was usuable although there is quite a bit of wierdness going on with the graphics. I have also noticed that whatever client you run first seems to display bits of other windows that have overlapped it. Anyway, my initial impression is that it does work, and hopefully if I can figure out how to correctly configure Xphoton for the Audrey some of the wierdness will go away."
-linux hacker post
- First, make sure your Audrey is already configured with some of the other hacks to allow running 6.1 binaries, etc.
- It is a good idea to have the QNX6.1 file system (with Xphoton installed) mounted under /jj/QNX6.1.
Do the following
- ln -s /jj/QNX6.1/usr/X11R6 /usr/X11R6 - First, to get all the X11R6 files onto the audrey, I did a:
- Then I created a script called xstart with the following:
- export PATH=$PATH:/usr/X11R6/bin
- export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/jj/QNX6.1/lib:/jj/QNX6.1/x86/usr/lib:/jj/QNX6.1/usr/photon/lib:/usr/X11R6/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
- Xphoton &
- gtwm >/dev/null 2>&1 &
- run the script, it takes a little while to start, and there is one message about a missing "SecurityPolicy" file, but once it starts you can display some X clients from a remote machine.
go to a *nix box and type:
export DISPLAY=audrey:0 xterm &
the xterm should show up on Audrey.