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comp.unix.aix Frequently Asked Questions (Part 2 of 5)
Section - 1.513: .XShm*, .sm* (Shared memory) Link errors building Xwindows applications.

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Link errors that refer to .XShm* often times are a result of compiling
applications to take advantage of the Shared Memory extension of the X
server.  You may either compile without shared memory or load the
shared memory extensions. (see /usr/lpp/X11/README and README.SMT) A
script for rebuilding your X server with the shared memory can be found
in /usr/lpp/X11/Xamples/server.

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Previous Document: 1.512: Errors starting X11 application binaries from aixpdslib.
Next Document: 1.514: How do I set my DISPLAY when I login to another machine?

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