Table 16 oracle solaris 11 x server commands legacy

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TABLE 16 Oracle Solaris 11 X Server Commands Legacy Command Oracle Solaris 11 Command /usr/openwin/bin/Xsun /usr/bin/Xorg See Xorg (1) /usr/openwin/bin/Xnest /usr/bin/Xephyr See Xephyr (1) /usr/openwin/bin/Xvfb /usr/bin/Xvfb See Xvfb (1) How to Update Custom Hot Key Configurations or Enable Legacy Mappings Oracle Solaris 11 has moved to more common Xorg key mappings. For example, the Copy key is mapped to XF86Copy . 1. To update custom hot key configurations or enable the legacy mappings from the desktop, open the Keyboard panel from the System → Preferences menu. 2. Select the Layouts tab, then click the Options... button to open the Keyboard Layout Options dialog box. 3. Select the Maintain key compatibility with old Solaris keycodes option, then select the Sun Key Compatibility checkbox. Troubleshooting Desktop Transition Issues Refer to the following troubleshooting information when transitioning to the Oracle Solaris Desktop (GNOME 2.30): “Installing the Oracle Solaris Desktop Software Package After an Installation” on page 171 170 Transitioning From Oracle Solaris 10 to Oracle Solaris 11.3 • December 2018
How to Update Custom Hot Key Configurations or Enable Legacy Mappings “GNOME Desktop Manager Issues” on page 171 Installing the Oracle Solaris Desktop Software Package After an Installation The Oracle Solaris 11 text installer does not include the primary software package that includes the GNOME 2.30 desktop. If you use this installation method, you will need to install the solaris-desktop package afterwards. For information about using the pkg install command to add packages after a text installation, see “Adding Software After a Text Installation” in Installing Oracle Solaris 11.3 Systems . GNOME Desktop Manager Issues Note the following potential GDM login issues: CDE to GDM login configuration – If you customized your CDE login in Oracle Solaris 10, you will likely need to reintegrate your configuration choices to work with GDM in Oracle Solaris 11. Note that an exact one-to-one mapping between CDE and GDM login features does not exist. Some CDE login configuration choices are not available in the GDM login, and there are some GDM login configuration choices that are not available in the CDE login. For example, the GDM login screen does not offer a chooser screen by default. Another example is the X Display Manager Control Protocol (XDMCP) feature, which is configured and enabled differently in Oracle Solaris 11 than in Oracle Solaris 10. The GDM provides the ability to run an XDMCP server, but this feature is disabled by default. You can enable the feature by modifying the GDM configuration file. Another requirement of XDMCP is that X11 allow TCP/IP connections, which is also disabled by default. Refer to the Xserver (1) man page for instructions on how to enable this feature. See also the gdm (1) man page, the yelp-tools manual, and the online help. Support for Oracle Solaris 10 GDM themes in Oracle Solaris – In Oracle Solaris 10, GDM is shipped as a non-default login program, which includes a GUI configuration tool.

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