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Xorg : How to Run Xserver #73

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sdrausty opened this Issue Apr 19, 2018 · 1 comment

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sdrausty commented Apr 19, 2018

Forked from, "A few questions about Arch Linux in Termux PRoot #59":

pacman -S xorg-server

pacman -S lxde

*note that since there are multiple LXDE packages that pacman finds, I installed all (which is the default option)

then since lxde-font might not work, to fix install ttf-dejavu by typing:
pacman -S ttf-dejavu

After that I launch XSDL first and then switch back to termux. Inside arch I type in:
DISPLAY=:0 startlxde

and once I press enter I switch back to XSDL and it should start LXDE.

Note: It is possible to get audio as well, to do so install pulseaudio and type in the local address

Instructions contributed by https://github.com/Root-voidX. Screenshots from smartphone using Xserver XSDL:
screenshot_20180326-165002

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Screenshots from an Android smartphone 2018.

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sdrausty commented Apr 19, 2018

[17:08 hpmor ]$ starte16 & netsurf-gtk3 & texmacs & gimp &

screenshot_20180413-172406

There is a TermuxArch shortcut . exd to export the display. Screenshot from Android smartphone 2018. This is a simple command to setup the exports. For it to work, it must be sourced. That's why the . and space are important. Otherwise, it won't work right:

[19:36 ~ ]$ . exd
[19:36 ~ ]$ export
declare -x DISPLAY=":0"
declare -x PULSE_SERVER="tcp:127.0.0.1:4712"
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