Re: Two X servers, one box
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On 2012/07/03 01:23 (GMT) Cook, Rich composed:
Cook, Rich wrote:
I am trying to run two instances of X.Org X Server 1.10.4 per node of our dual-GPU Red Hat cluster. I do this: /usr/bin/startx /usr/bin/xterm -display :0 -- -nolock -auth /g/g0/rcook/.Xauthority-0 :0 and this: /usr/bin/startx /usr/bin/xterm -display :1 -- -nolock -auth /g/g0/rcook/.Xauthority-1 :1
And I almost get there -- in fact, it worked once. But mostly the X server starts but I get "invalid MIT-MAGICK-COOKIE" errors which don't show up in the Xorg logfile, so I assume I'm very close, just doing something wrong with xauth.
Can anyone on this list help a poor man out? Thanks
Ah hell, now it's just working. How strange. No doubt as soon as I send this it will stop working again. Never mind! Thanks.
I frequently add a second X instance on :1 in 1.12.2 and earlier, but start it thus:
startx -- :1Could it be the sometimes problem is the order of (/usr/bin/xterm -display) :1 and --, that -- needs to go first?
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