Re: Uhg- Yet another problem

Matthew S. Anderson (tsunari@bellsouth.net)
Mon, 01 Feb 1999 14:12:21 -0600


Whew! Thank you ALL for helping me on this. Turns out that overall, I didn't have
the /usr/local/bin in my root path and for my user, I *smacks himself on the head*
didn't have .xinitrc in my /home/user directory. So everything is great! :) . . .
.Except.

When I get out of AS, This message appears:

X Error of failed request: BadDrawtable (invalid Pixmap or window parameter)
  Major opcode of failed request:    62(X_CopyArea)
  Resource id in failed request:                    #x#######
  Serial number of failed request:                ###
  Current serial number in output stream:    ###

I also get this message right before I get my prompt back:

tty_io.c: process 265(gpm) used obsolete /dev/cua0 - update software to use
/dev/ttys0

now the 2nd one kinda tells me what's wrong and how to fix it- but anyone know
Specifically
how to fix it? OH! and these 2 errors are unrelated as far as I know. Thanks a
whole HEAP! :)

-Tsunari


> > Any Ideas? Thanks in advance. If it's something that I did in installing
> > it- please let me know :-P
>
> afterstep is probably not found in your path. If you do:
>
> which afterstep
>
> in a shell it should tell you where it finds afterstep or nothing if it does
> not find it at all
> If you do:
>
> echo $PATH
>
> you will se what your path looks like. My guess is that if /usr/local/bin is
> not in your path you would have this problem. In this case you can always edit
> your /etc/profile file.
>
> /Anders
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