Korean Solaris User's Guide

How to Display Remote OpenWindows V3.x on a Local OpenWindows V2.x System

The following sequence of commands is an example of starting up a Shell Tool on a remote Korean Solaris 2.x (including Korean OpenWindows 3.x) machine from your local machine which is running Korean Solaris 1.x (including Korean OpenWindows 2.x). In this example, the remote machine, where you start up the Shell Tool, has only Korean OpenWindows 3.x.

  1. Make a directory on the Korean Solaris 2.x machine.

    local_machine% mkdir /home/fonts
  2. Change directory.

    local_machine% cd /home/fonts
  3. Create Compat.list and Families.list.

    local_machine% cat > /home/fonts/Compat.list
    -iso8859-1 /hnggthr _FontDirectorySYN
    local_machine% bldfamily
  4. Add directory to server font path.

    local_machine% xset +fp /home/fonts
  5. Allow server access from the remote machine.

    local_machine% xhost +remote_machine
  6. Log in on the remote machine.

    local_machine% rlogin remote_machine


    local_machine% telnet remote_machine
  7. Set the language locale on the remote machine.

    remote_machine% setenv LANG ko
  8. Set the remote machine to display on your local machine.

    remote_machine% setenv DISPLAY local_machine:0.0
  9. Set the OpenWindows environment home directory.

    remote_machine% setenv OPENWINHOME /usr/openwin
  10. Set the path to the Korean OpenWindows LD library.

    remote_machine% setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH $OPENWINHOME/lib
  11. Start the htt X input method server.

    remote_machine% $OPENWINHOME/bin/htt &
  12. Start the OpenWindows application you want, for example, Shell Tool:

    remote_machine% $OPENWINHOME/bin/shelltool

    In XView-based applications you do not need to give an explicit font set definition.