On Wednesday 29 January 2003 19:17, Alan W. Irwin wrote:
| Joao, can you verify this X problem that was reported to me privately
| for SuSe 8.1?
| This problem has popped up before on a few platforms, but I have
| forgotten what we did for a fix.
| ---------- Forwarded message ----------
| Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2003 14:04:43 -0000
| From: Simon Pinches <Simon.Pinches@...>
| To: 'Alan W. Irwin' <irwin@...>
| Subject: RE: [Plplot-general] Warning: PLplot-5.2.0 has been released
| agai n today
| Dear Alan,
| Sorry for troubling you again, but....
| I re-configured with --enable-dyndrivers and everything now compiled
| okay. However, trying to use the xwin driver gives the following
| Enter device number or keyword: 1
| X Error of failed request: BadMatch (invalid parameter attributes)
| Major opcode of failed request: 1 (X_CreateWindow)
This is strange, could it be conflicting X11 versions? The man page=20
says that everything is OK with the Xcreatewindow call, but some=20
parameters values are not supported...
| Serial number of failed request: 10
| Current serial number in output stream: 14
| In version 5.1.0 I'd fixed this problem by following Paul Casteels
| advice and adding
| #define USE_DEFAULT_VISUAL 1
| also for Linux systems rather than just for SunOS in the
| configuration script. However, in 5.2.0 I notice that this isn't
| even set for SunOS, and setting it in this case didn't help either.
| Can you suggest a fix for the new release with SuSE 8.1?
I have no such problems with SuSE-8.1... either at the office or at=20
-Are you using a standard demo, such as x01c?
-Have you installed plplot before running any demo?
-Is any possibility that a conflict with a previouly installed plplot=20
-Are you working on a X terminal or in the PC console (under X=20
-How many colors does your X server supports (use xdpyinfo and look for:
default visual id: 0x21 <------
visual id: 0x21 <-------
depth: 16 planes <-----------
I have no more hints for you, but please check the above, as a last=20
resort, and keep us informed.
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