Comment 26 for bug 421261

On Sat, 9 Jan 2010, Bryce Harrington wrote:

> Well, I'm out of clue. I don't see where we have anything different
> from debian for the Xresources for this. I don't have a ~/.Xdefaults,
> and the x11-common resource file is the same as from debian.

If I had something like that where I could test it, I'd see if I could use
strace to show which files were opened on startup. iirc, a setting from
xrdb wouldn't show up in this way, but resource settings would.

(For this purpose, xterm runs fine without setgid, in case that
interferes).

something like

  strace -tfo foo.out xterm

would show that. (I expect it to be large - compressed attachments are
nice ;-). Tweaking uxterm to get the same information can be done by
editing the last line of the script.

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