If you are sitting at a UNIX X terminal outside of the Bioinformatics Resource (for example Sweet Hall),
and you want to run the GCG WPI interface on your terminal, you need to tell PMGM to what computer terminal you want
it to send the GCG WPI display.
Setting the DISPLAY environment
If you are using the GCG WPI interface, GDE, the Staden package, you have to set your display environment
When you telnet from a xterminal to PMGM, you make a connection between pmgm.stanford.edu and your Xterminal (in this case will use motif.stanford.edu)
The two machines cooperate and PMGM sends the output (e.g. windows, including graphics and text) to motif.
In all other cases, you need to tell the remote host that you logged into where to send the output. This is done via the DISPLAY environment. To set it, type:
NOTE: You may use the nickname, the long name or the IP address as the DISPLAY variable. setenv DISPLAY 220.127.116.11:0.0 works as well (and in some cases better if name resolution is not working) as the names.>p>