In article <olam-2001951542480001 at pcdnr05.uio.no>, olam at radium.uio.no (Ola Myklebost) writes...
>In article <olems-2001951006320001 at imb78m.fagmed.uit.no>,
>olems at fagmed.uit.no (ole morten seternes) wrote:
>>> Has anyone experience with MacX on a Power-Mac? I want to use it to run
>> 8.0 version of GCG.
>>It works fine (version 1.2), but is not running in native mode.
They don't all work fine though - I've seen one 8100 where it crashes
consistently, producing an *amazingly* long crash dump on the host machine.
It was particularly bad in the WPI/SMALL mode (I've no idea why).
Both TCP/IP and DECNET transports gave problems. Additionally, the same
PowerMac had some problems with LAT.
My current working hypothesis is that there is a problem with this
particular PowerMac's ethernet or network software, I've not yet had a
chance to replace these with the latest and greatest from Apple's support
General point for PC/Mac X11 servers, it's a BIG help if you can get
the screen resolution up to something reasonable, like 1024 X 768 or
greater. X11 servers will run at 640 X 480, but they are none too useful
at that resolution!
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Manager, sequence analysis facility, biology division, Caltech