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  • Latest Post - ‏2008-07-29T08:42:23Z by SystemAdmin
virinchi1
virinchi1
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Pinned topic Humming Bird Exceed Configuration

‏2008-07-25T06:21:05Z |
Hi ,

I have nistalled ClearCase Versin 6.0 in one of the servers.
Now how do i configure in order to see the version tree on that Linux/Solaris Box.

At Windows side i am using Humming Bird Excees to see the Version Tree.

Please guide .
Updated on 2008-07-29T08:42:23Z at 2008-07-29T08:42:23Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    47293 Posts

    Re: Humming Bird Exceed Configuration

    ‏2008-07-26T06:42:44Z  
    Configure Exceed Xstart client with below details

    Choose the right server name: (login/view/vob whatever)
    start Method : Telnet (If telnet not works try rlogin then rexec)
    Program Type XWindows
    command: export DISPLAY=@D;xterm -sb -ls -geometry 120x40+0+5 -T "$HOSTNAME - Guru Ashok's Work Area" -bg MidNightBlue -fg white -cr yellow

    If you run that wull thro up xterm

    Try running

    $ xclock &

    If it works then xtree will work.

    Guru Ashok
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    47293 Posts

    Re: Humming Bird Exceed Configuration

    ‏2008-07-26T06:54:44Z  
    Another way is start Exceed.

    Find the ip address of your windows system or if your system is registered on DNS use the servername

    ipconfig /all

    Telnet/ssh to solaris system.

    export DISPLAY=ipaddress:0.0 # If your host is not registered
    or
    export DISPLAY=servername:0.0 # If your host is registered

    xlsvtree will work.
  • virinchi1
    virinchi1
    98 Posts

    Re: Humming Bird Exceed Configuration

    ‏2008-07-28T06:19:15Z  
    Another way is start Exceed.

    Find the ip address of your windows system or if your system is registered on DNS use the servername

    ipconfig /all

    Telnet/ssh to solaris system.

    export DISPLAY=ipaddress:0.0 # If your host is not registered
    or
    export DISPLAY=servername:0.0 # If your host is registered

    xlsvtree will work.
    Hi ,

    I tried export DISPLAY=172.19.98.11:0.0
    ans also
    export DISPLAY=Inqz01:0.0

    still it says : Error: Can't open display: 172.19.98.11:0.0

    I typed : /home/adminCC/vobstore/VOB_Production/MM >xclearcase

    Can you please advice on this !!
  • yarongolan
    yarongolan
    93 Posts

    Re: Humming Bird Exceed Configuration

    ‏2008-07-28T07:46:17Z  
    • virinchi1
    • ‏2008-07-28T06:19:15Z
    Hi ,

    I tried export DISPLAY=172.19.98.11:0.0
    ans also
    export DISPLAY=Inqz01:0.0

    still it says : Error: Can't open display: 172.19.98.11:0.0

    I typed : /home/adminCC/vobstore/VOB_Production/MM >xclearcase

    Can you please advice on this !!
    Have you tried :
    xhost+
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    47293 Posts

    Re: Humming Bird Exceed Configuration

    ‏2008-07-28T15:46:33Z  
    • virinchi1
    • ‏2008-07-28T06:19:15Z
    Hi ,

    I tried export DISPLAY=172.19.98.11:0.0
    ans also
    export DISPLAY=Inqz01:0.0

    still it says : Error: Can't open display: 172.19.98.11:0.0

    I typed : /home/adminCC/vobstore/VOB_Production/MM >xclearcase

    Can you please advice on this !!
    Of course, you started the X server on the PC you're trying to connect to? And there's no firewalls inbetween?

    Regards,

    Kristijan
  • virinchi1
    virinchi1
    98 Posts

    Re: Humming Bird Exceed Configuration

    ‏2008-07-29T06:16:01Z  
    Of course, you started the X server on the PC you're trying to connect to? And there's no firewalls inbetween?

    Regards,

    Kristijan
    Hi ,

    I was able to do it now . Thanks for the inputs .
    Is there any way to make this command permanent as EXPORT command goes off once the session is closed..
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    47293 Posts

    Re: Humming Bird Exceed Configuration

    ‏2008-07-29T08:42:23Z  
    • virinchi1
    • ‏2008-07-29T06:16:01Z
    Hi ,

    I was able to do it now . Thanks for the inputs .
    Is there any way to make this command permanent as EXPORT command goes off once the session is closed..
    man sh|ksh|bash|zsh|csh|tcsh (or whatever shell you normally use)

    Note that you might not want to do this if your IP address isn't constant (i.e. if you acquire it using DHCP).

    Regards,

    Kristijan