Thanks for the help.
Usually, I just log out and log in if I need to restart
the system. The login process will start Solaris Common Desktop
Environment. I don't specific run X-server myself.
So I guess I can just logout and login to see if the problem
will go away.
Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
>>>>>"Chu-Chih" == Chu-Chih Sheng
Chu-Chih> In the last several weeks, when I type xemacs, it will
Chu-Chih> print out the following messages and then pop up a
Chu-Chih> xemacs GUI.
Chu-Chih> But when I move my cursor to the GUI, it will "beep"
Chu-Chih> and start printing the similar message on the screen.
Try restarting the X server. Several people have reported weird
X-related problems on Sun over the past year, and simply restarting
the server has often helped. Don't ask me why, it's just magic.
You will probably get no specific help with this; there are no
developers left with any memory of that release. I believe Sun is
distributing a CD-ROM with a more recent (21.4.x) version of XEmacs on
Chu-Chih> I could not find any "core" file from xemacs. Please
Chu-Chih> let me know what should I do to resolve these two
Modern systems often disable core files by default; typically the
"ulimit" command may be used to enable them.