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How to enable Xclock in a Sun Solaris box

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Hi everybody, can anyone tell me how to enable xclock on sun solaris box,

I also want to know how to open browser in solaris , at command level
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Hi

Check your DISPLAY variable and then launch them at command line :

./xclock
and
./netscape

if your display is not open you need to do that before:
xhost +
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