On 3/22/19 12:45 PM, Le_Forgeron wrote:
> Le 22/03/2019 à 16:35, Cousin Ricky a écrit :
>> Since I upgraded my GNU/Linux system to openSUSE Leap 15.0, I get the
>> message "Invalid MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 keyInvalid MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1
>> keyInvalid MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 key" with every POV 3.7 or 3.8 render.
>> This is annoying, but at least the scenes render. But whenever I test a
>> scene file with POV 3.5 or 3.6, the render halts with the message:
>> ------------------- [BEGIN MESSAGE] --------------------
>> Displaying...Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server
>> Xlib: Invalid MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 key
>> Slab Building Error:
>> The display ':0' is not a valid display,
>> -------------------- [END MESSAGE] ---------------------
>> The only way I can get any 3.5 or 3.6 renders is to suppress the display
>> with -D; but this is impractical when I'm testing a single scene across
>> multiple versions.
>> I've tried to learn about the MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 thing, and have ended
>> up entirely flummoxed. I have tried various simple solutions I've found
>> across the Web, and none of them work. One I haven't tried requires my
>> local hostname or IP address. I don't know what the former means, and
>> the latter is unreasonable with dynamically assigned IP addresses.
>> Has anyone else had this problem, and what can I do to fix it?
>> OS: openSUSE Leap 15.0 (GNU/Linux)
>> Hardware: Dell Inspiron 17R 5720
> Are you running in local, directly on the linux pc's keyboard & screen ?
> (or via a remote connection such as ssh ?)
> If local, are you running in console or X11 display ?
> you can disable preview (hence the need to open the X display) via
> command line switch : -d
> as well as ini file: Display=Off
> As you upgraded, it is possible the old cookie remains and is no more
> valid for the new server (such cookie is in a file in your home, a
> hidden dot file, and is created by the logging process but ONLY if it
> does not exist). Basic test: find the cookie file, nuck the cookie file,
> disconnect, reconnect.
I don't think it's a cookie file per se, although I don't know what that is.
I think the crux is "invalid display :0"
I see this sometimes if I ssh into a box.
My first test is always to see if xclock works.
I'd try like jr says, "-d"
Rendered 1024 of 921600 pixels (0%)
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