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  • #11
    Originally posted by Kano View Post
    A VERY stupid hack! There is no need to run it as root at all, also if you would need it then you would use

    sux

    not

    su

    to get root. Also sudo -i does not work in this case.
    You do not have to run root nor su nor sux to run xhost.

    The error will pop up with no actions ever being done as root or su.

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    • #12
      I had this same problem running the tests under Kubuntu 8.10. Using "xhost +local:" worked for me.

      Maybe the test suite should be modified to do this automatically, if it's not going to break anything for anyone else?

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