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Root can t figure out display set it manually


It was looking for a remote xclient and couldn' t find one, so you would have to set the display to your machine manually ( via a config file preferably) to use ROOT locally. Any help is appreciated. After I login and type ' root', it tells me the follwing: / > " root: can' t figure out DISPLAY, set it manually" / > Now, I assume this is because there is no video driver ( I know, I' m brilliant) the question I have is what do I do next? Open a window on a remote X display ( why “ Cannot open display” )? My video card is nVidia GT275. # DISPLAY is set and points to a local.
Installed Linux Subsystem for Windows. I can load a root file I made on my windows machine a few weeks back. When I turn it on, it takes me to the shell w/ a command line.

ROOT is a C interpreter used for data analysis in particle physics. Root can t figure out display set it manually. You have to figure out the PID of a process that' s. After I login and type ' root', it tells me the follwing: " root: can' t figure out DISPLAY, set it manually".

It installed all the dependencies I needed to now run root. I am having trouble getting it to boot to desktop. Tried to access root, gave me this root: can' t figure out DISPLAY, set it manually anybody know a. I can run macros, that don’ t have visual, but that does print a graph into a pdf like I had coded it to do. EDIT: I have tried starting xwindows, to no avail. Ie the drop in for the pre- build binary.

After I installed root 5. So I just installed Ubuntu 64- bit on my desktop ( triple boot w/ XP and 7, each OS on its own HD). – astex Oct 31 ' 12 at 17: 09.



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