[CentOS] xterm - Solved
Web and Co sprl - P. Derwael
pderwael at webandco.be
Fri Jun 22 07:21:06 UTC 2007
The reason why I'm using the absolute is simply because the default X
settings (Starnet X-Win32)are setup that way, and as it works fine on Red
Anyhow, I now know what to do !!
Thanks a lot for the quick answer
On Thu, June 21, 2007 23:27, Luciano Rocha said:
> On Thu, Jun 21, 2007 at 11:00:25PM +0200, Web and Co sprl - Patrick
> DERWAEL wrote:
>> Hi list
>> Im in the process of switching from a RedHat EL 4 to CentOS 5, and run
>> some problems
>> Im trying to open a X session to my Centos box, and got an error
>> stating that /usr/X11R6/bin/xterm is not found.
>> Surprisingly, /usr/X11R6/bin is almost empty, as compared to my RedHat
>> and I am 100% sure I have selected X during the installation
> /usr/X11R6 is deprecated, things have moved to /usr/bin, /usr/sbin,
> /usr/lib, etc..
>> Linking /bin/xterm to /usr/X11/bin/xterm allows me to start a session
> xterm is now in /usr/bin/xterm. yum install xterm.
>> Question: is this the right thing to do on CentOS, or is this just a
> The right thing to do is set PATH as appropriate and then simply use
> xterm. Why are you using an absolute path?
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