On Tue, 2006-05-09 at 11:51 +0100, jason corcoran wrote:
> I have a coLinux (virtual linux) running Debian Sarge on a Win32 (2000)
>> All is well and using XMing I can log in graphically using XDCMP. The
> only problem is I have no clipboard integration.
>> It works when gdm is up (i.e. I can highlight my user name and paste
> this in a win app) but when a window manager starts I loose the
>> Is this an server side (i.e. my x server config on my Debian box) or a
> client side (XMing) configuration issue. Would anyone know where to
>> Any pointers greatly received.
> P.S. XMing is a Cygwin X implementation that dose not need the
Do I understand you that you want to copy (in windoze), start your X
Server, and then paste into it? If not, elaborate.
If so, it's not working and you think it's a fault? Anything starting up
will zonk the clipboard to start with a clean one.
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