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Hi forum I want to do GUI based installation but xclock command is not found. I have checked, I don't have xclock at all by finding it. Code: # xclock ...
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- 05-22-2014 #1
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- May 2014
xclock command not found - Oracle Linux 6.4
I want to do GUI based installation but xclock command is not found. I have checked, I don't have xclock at all by finding it.
# xclock -bash: xclock: command not found
# find / -name X11 /usr/lib64/X11 /usr/share/X11 /etc/X11
So the challenge is to install this package on my box. It does not have internet so I can not run yum command.
X11 Forwarding is also yes in /etc/ssh/sshd_config.
Anyone can tell me the RPM UR L to download and install?
And suggestion what's the way out.
I am using following distribution.
Output of /proc/version file:
Oracle Linux Server release 6.4
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.4 (Santiago)
- 06-12-2014 #2
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- Apr 2009
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xclock should be in the default /usr/bin path, so if it isn't then it is likely that xorg is not fully/properly installed. Can you logon in text mode? If so, what happens when your run the command "startx"?Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!
- 06-12-2014 #3
fwiw, on archlinux xclock also is not installed with the xorg-server.
i get a similar error when trying to startx with the default /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc.
do this in a terminal:Code:
cp /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc $HOME/.xinitrc
you can also leave the file empty, then X won't start anything and it will be utterly useless - you just get a black screen, but no errors.
the obvious next question is:
what should i put in .xinitrc?
and that depends very much on your setup, what you have installed, what gui apps you have installed and so on.
you should get yourself aquainted with Linux (Software) Package Management in general, and the one for your distro in particular!