Could I have a little explanation of what was happening just to learn it and avoid problems in the future? Browse other questions tagged xorg sudo gtk gksu pkexec or ask your own question. how to set the variable display? The 127.0.0.1 entry pointing to the actual hostname is necessary; in fact the order seems to be also relevant (put last & it won't work...) [[email protected] /etc]$ cat hosts # Do navigate here
Ive already install lxpanel, fbpanel, plank, but each time I try to launch them from the terminal I get the same error massages. Build me a brick wall! CentOS 5 dies in March 2017 - migrate soon!Full time Geek, part time moderator. How good should one be to participate in PS?
share|improve this answer edited Jul 13 '11 at 23:04 answered Jul 13 '11 at 18:54 DerfK 55949 That was it. I gave you an upvote. Safety - Improve braking power in wet conditions What is the point of update independent rendering in a game loop? Gtk Warning Cannot Open Display Raspberry Pi Use the FAQ Luke Top Narain Posts: 4 Joined: 2015/09/24 16:51:59 Re: Cannot open display - gedit - from SSH login Quote Postby Narain » 2015/09/25 11:09:04 TrevorH wrote:I've never heard
more ideas? Error Can't Open Display Localhost A list of possible things that could cause this behaviour could help a lot. –d_inevitable May 4 '15 at 14:45 OK, not sure the cause, but I do have The problem is that when I try to launch the GUI of these programs from a terminal, I'm always getting problems and I don't get to have the programs working. why does this error keep popping out?
Are keywords in resolv.conf case sensitive? Gtk Warning Cannot Open Display Gedit Any ideas what the cause of this could be? –d_inevitable Apr 27 '15 at 22:21 Yes, it's a security feature of X. At least on the new install of 10.04 that I did this morning X11Forwarding was enabled by default. hope helps.
Sharepoint 2013: Rest API - does header need to include X-RequestDigest? http://askubuntu.com/questions/555075/could-not-open-x-display-giggle-cannot-open-display I still get Can't open display: :0.0 –Fabian Sep 16 '11 at 16:03 What's your local machine running? Error Can't Open Display Linux vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config AddressFamily inet service ssh reload share|improve this answer answered Aug 26 '15 at 15:21 Johann Klasek 1012 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up Xhost Unable To Open Display Find a mistake in the following bogus proof Furniture name for waist-high floor-sitting shelf cabinet thing Safety - Improve braking power in wet conditions What is the most someone can lose
I'm not super sure why it's required for some apps and not others, and I don't have a clue why it would be doing it for gparted of all things. http://rinfix.com/open-display/ubuntu-vnc-cannot-open-display.html It allows only connections from your user to the xserver until told otherwise, I think. I feel much relieved. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Gtk Warning Cannot Open Display Ubuntu
You may get a more descriptive message by running the program as a non-root user or by removing the suid bit on the executable. ) = 302 write(2, "xterm: ", 7xterm: sources: what is the difference between ssh -Y and ssh -X cygwin/X warning: could not open X display share|improve this answer edited Oct 17 '14 at 10:41 answered Oct 17 '14 Or it could happen if you set an environment variable on the server via the command directive in ~/.ssh/authorized_keys. his comment is here I recommend for the benefit of others reading this later that you make your answer more explicit. (Specify the location of sshd_config, and what to change in it.) –Daryl Spitzer Jul
It doesn't seem like it should be necessary to tell the OS that localhost and 127.0.0.1 are equivalent, but it works, at least. Gtk Warning Cannot Open Display Linux Why is the 'You talking to me' speech from the movie 'Taxi Driver' so famous? What do you mean with "open a connection"?
I can't reproduce your problem on 14.04, but this has worked for me in the past when sudo / gksu threw this error.