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Using XFree86 on node without TCP/IP

Postby Guest » Thu Sep 16, 2004 5:42 pm

Hello,

I am trying to install XFree86 for QNX 4.XX on a node other than one that
does not have TCP/IP installed. We normally use the facilities on node 1
that does have TCP/IP by using the 'on -f'. We do not do development work on
that node so I would like to install it on my node for some graphics
experiments using Mesa.

Is there a configuration file where TCP startup can be disabled? Or do I
need to modify some code in the XFree86 project to disable socket use and
startup? Not that I would know where to start.

Thanks,
Keith

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