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I'm running Solaris 8 on a Sparcbook. One of my users, when logging in, defaults to Open Windows desktop rather than CDE. All other users get logged into CDE just fine. Is there a file or something that tells the system what default login is? I'm confused as to why it's just for this one... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: leosmith78
I have two CDE desktop accounts on different server (called this CDE#1, CDE#2) on the same network.
However, my current setup is connecting to the Solaris CDE#1,CDE#2 via Citrix.
My plan is to connect to CD#1 and then somehow connect to CDE#2.
How do I do this? I am just a regular user... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: tthach830
I am facing some issues on Solaris 10 (SPARC 5.10 Generic_118833-36). The issue is when I try to connect/login through CDE it hangs (hangs at login screen). I tried connecting thourgh VNC client also but that also not helped. I had done no configuration change or modified any kernel... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: kgupta
I have solaris 10 on X86 and I need to connect this through X-Manager or similar software.
I have googled a lot and tried the following :
root@sol10x86 # ps -ef |grep dtlogin
root 1825 4718 0 13:38:50 pts/1 0:00 grep dtlogin
root@sol10x86 # svcs cde-login
STATE ... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: pintu_asim
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I installed solaris 10 on a sparc machine. now I get no cde desktop and do not know how to start it?
Any ideas would be appriciated.
Alan (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: alanj4
Deard all, I installed Solaris 8 in a SUN machine, and after Solaris and Language modules installed, the result is that CDE is not working, also single user mode is only available.
I tried with all init stages and the same result.
Can someone advice me what to check (Some log file) or what to... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: mmviejo
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I was wondering, if I boot up a Solaris box and the CDE does not come up by default when I log in, does that mean that the box has a GUI at all? If that is the case, where can I download CDE from?
I am accustomed to RedHat and Windows, so unfortunately Solaris throws me off a little bit. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Jody
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I performed a sys-unconfig as suggested in one of the other threads to set up IP on hme0. Unfortunately after all is said and done, it no longer boots to the CDE but sits at a command prompt. Any ideas (I don't know Unix). Thanks in advance!
Rob Cluett (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: cluettr
9. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I have a couple of doubts with Solaris CDE(i use 2.6)
1. Is it possible to customize my mouse pointer in the CDE environment? im wondering how i can change the mouse pointer, say to a different bitmap or something like that.?
2. Is it possible to use a jpeg as a backdrop?
Thanks... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: kandanmv
I just installed Solaris 8 on an Intel based PC and am in the process of securing it. When I disable RPC my CDE desktop does not show up. I get my mouse cursor and a black screen. Also, anyone know how to disable SMC on Solaris 8.
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Discussion started by: Beauford
QCDEStyle - CDE look and feel
QCDEStyle ( bool useHighlightCols = FALSE )
virtual ~QCDEStyle ()
The QCDEStyle class provides a CDE look and feel.
This style provides a slightly improved Motif look similar to some versions of the Common Desktop Environment (CDE). The main differences
are thinner frames and more modern radio buttons and checkboxes. Together with a dark background and a bright text/foreground color, the
style looks quite attractive (at least for Motif fans).
Note that the functions provided by QCDEStyle are reimplementations of QStyle functions; see QStyle for their documentation.
See also Widget Appearance and Style.
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QCDEStyle::QCDEStyle ( bool useHighlightCols = FALSE )
Constructs a QCDEStyle.
If useHighlightCols is FALSE (the default), then the style will polish the application's color palette to emulate the Motif way of
highlighting, which is a simple inversion between the base and the text color.
QCDEStyle::~QCDEStyle () [virtual]
Destroys the style.
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