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Re: [SLE] Cannot allocate colormap entry?!
  • From: alex@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Alex Daniloff)
  • Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2000 07:22:30 -800
  • Message-id: <200010111422.e9BEMUS17813@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>



Hello Lenz,
Thank you for your response,

-------------------
> Hi,
>
> On Mon, 9 Oct 2000, Alex Daniloff wrote:
>
> > When I try to run my HP-UX precess applications remotely
> > I do:
> > telnet applserver
> > export DISPLAY=linuxbox_IP:0.0
> > startapplication &
>
> You should switch to SSH here :)

Our manufacturing network is not using SSH and it is not installed on
HP-UX systems. Why should I use SSH in this case?

>
> > Application starts but I'm getting these messages:
> >
> > Warning: cannot allocate colormap entry for "#347256"
> > Warning: cannot allocate colormap entry for "#aflc2c"
> > Warning: cannot allocate colormap entry for "#4359b8"
> > Warning: cannot allocate colormap entry for "#4848bd"
> > Warning: cannot allocate colormap entry for "#4f6497"
> > Warning: cannot allocate colormap entry for "#5383dc"
> >
> > What is really interesting that one Linux box (runs SuSE 6.4
XFree86
> > v. 3.3.6) starts this application without any problem or warnings
but
> > another Linux box (runs SuSE 7.0 Pro XF86 v. 3.3.6) is giving
these
> > messages. They both have an identical configuration and nearly
> > identical /etc/XF86Config files.
> > Could somebody tell me please where and what should I check on the
> > second Linux box to fix this issue.
>
> Are you running 8bpp here? Looks like you run out of colors. Do you
use a
> different window manager?

Yes I run 8bpp and I'm using KDE with its own window manager.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Alex

>
> Bye,
> LenZ
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