Here it is....the final summary for this problem.
Once again, Steve Butterfield has come to the rescue. Thanks heaps,
The answer to this problem lies with the /usr/dt/config/Xservers file.
I copied this file to /etc/dt/config/Xservers and modified the last line
of /etc/dt/config/Xservers to look like the following:
:0 Local local_uid@console root /usr/openwin/bin/Xsun -dev
/dev/fbs/tcx0 defdepth 8
And it works......
I'm sure it has been said before.....but, I'll say it again.....this
mailing list is GREAT!!
Reply from Steve Butterfield
From: email@example.com (Steve Butterfield)
Well since I am on a roll try this ....
/usr/dt/config/Xservers is a default configuration file and before
changes to the file you may wish to copy it to the /etc/dt/config
Then change the last line in the /etc/dt/config/Xservers as follows:
:0 Local local_uid@console root /usr/openwin/bin/Xsun :0 -dev /dev/fb
defclass TrueColor defdepth 24
Obviously substituting your own args.
Danny Lee wrote:
> Hello all,
> The great thing about this list is that there is always at least one
> person who is bound to know something!!!
> Thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Butterfield), who hit it in one.
> Netview/6000 is having problems with the default 24-bit frame buffer
> (S24) that came built-in with the Sparc 5s.
> I tried displaying Netview/6000 again in openwindows (in 8-bit mode)
> using the command:
> openwin -dev /dev/fbs/tcx0 defdepth 8
> and it works!!!
> However, the problem now is, how can I do the same in CDE? Does anybody
> have any ideas?
> Original Question:
> Danny Lee wrote:
> > Hello Sun-managers,
> > Just wondering if any X Window gurus out there will be able to point me
> > in the right direction......I'm running CDE on Solaris 2.5 on a Sparc 5
> > and am trying to display Netview for AIX from a RISC/6000 over the
> > network.
> > When Netview/6000 is displayed on an AIX box, all the icons and windows
> > are displayed correctly. However, when I try to display it over the
> > network to a Solaris 2.5 CDE display, all my Netview icons are not
> > displayed at all, and more importantly, the maps in the main Netview
> > window doesn't get displayed at all.....and the only errors that I get
> > on the AIX box is "ovw: BadMatch (invalid parameter attributes)". It
> > seems to have problems drawing the contents of the windows...ie. most
> > windows are just blank even though the window border is OK.
> > Has anybody come across this situation before? Can anyone point me in
> > the right direction?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Danny
> From: email@example.com (Steve Butterfield)
> It sounds a bit like a mismatch of visuals to me. Is there a
> difference in the Framebuffer depths on the two machines ?.
> Best Regards,
> Steve Butterfield.
-- Danny Lee Phone: (03) 9208 5812 National Australia Bank Fax: (03) 9208 5023 1/216 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Victoria, Australia 3002
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