By yakshaving on Nov 21, 2007
We use SGD to provide access to few applications. After installing Leopard I could focus and click with a mouse but all keyboard input was ignored for SGD applications.
Searching online I found some indications that X11 in Leopard has some application interaction issues. The solution presented in a number of different forums for various applications was to downgrade to Tigers X11.app. I tried methods from a couple of posts and didn't have success. Instead I mixed and matched the steps from a couple of suggestions and found a solution that worked for me.
I have not tried to recover from this change, You can PROBABLY re-install X from the leopard DVD.
When this is complete you will probably have two X icons in the Dock when X11.app is running.
The steps can be summarized as:
- Download X11 Update 2006 1.1.3: "http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/x11update2006113.html"
- Destroy your current X11 installation
- Install X11 update 2006
- Change the path to your window manager in xinitrc
The instructions I based the above steps on:
sudo launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/org.x.X11.plist
sudo rm -R /usr/X11R6
sudo ditto -Vx --noqtn /Volumes/X11\\ Update\\ 2006/X11Update2006.pkg/Contents/Archive.pax.gz /
sudo perl -i -p -e 's:exec quartz-wm:exec /usr/X11R6/bin/quartz-wm:g'
The instructions I found online indicate that a log out/log in should do it. I found that it didn't seem to start working until after I rebooted.
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