The new Xprint Server is configured to use lpr as its print helper so you have to install and configure lpr to use Xprt.
if you want to get the German 'Umlaut' inside your ISC X11R4 client xpcterm when you are using the ega/vga font. Set up the user's .Xdefaults to contain:
XEga*AT386.Translations: #override \ Shift<Key>odiaeresis: string(0x99) \n\ <Key>odiaeresis: string(0x94) \n\ Shift<Key>adiaeresis: string(0x8e) \n\ <Key>adiaeresis: string(0x84) \n\ Shift<Key>udiaeresis: string(0x9a) \n\ <Key>udiaeresis: string(0x81) \n\ Shift<Key>ssharp: string(0x3f) \n\ Meta<Key>ssharp: string(0x5c) \n\ <Key>ssharp: string(0xe1)
The only disadvantage is that you have to use
Alt instead of
AltGr to get the
\ Backslash (on a German
You have to call your xpcterm with the option
-name XEga -fn ega
to compile X11-Clients as either R6 or R5 clients,
should be as easy as you only switch the PATH components
so that either
/usr/X386/bin/xmkmf would make the new Makefile.
The old path to the pipes on ISC's R4
has changed to
/dev/X/ISCCONN. For compatibility
reasons on ISC, the pipes in the new directory will be
linked to a file inside the old.
This will normally be a hard link, so it cannot go across
filesystems. On ISC Version 4.x this is now allowed, but
you should use the new S5L on both filesystems.
ISC30 systems should take care that the two directories are on the same FS, else if you are using a ISC40 compiled binary, the Server could maybe abort because of a SIGSYS. We tried to catch this signal, so if it dumps please send me a note.
Warning: Unable to load any usable fontsetThe case are the new gzipped fonts, but the Warning is not serious.
_XSERVTransOpen: transport open failed for named/enigma:0 _XSERVTransMakeAllCOTSServerListeners: failed to open listener for namedThis message either isn't critical. Interactive doesn't support this kind of connection.