Hey all - my iBook's been working fine for months, but one thing is driving me nuts. I'm running X11 (the newest version) on Panther, and I run it in switched mode (fullscreen, use apple-opt-A to get back to the OS) with GNOME/Sawfish. I like to have X open all the time - I do lots and lots of coding. However, I've found that something is causing X to lose its authorization when I put the iBook to sleep (close it), but not EVERY time it happens. The symptom is simple enough - when I reopen, relog in (I use a password on wakeup), and switch to X, it's fine, and current windows work, but if I try to run xclock (say), it gives me the typical UNIX "display problem" Xlib: connection to :0.0 refused by server Xlib: No protocol specified Error: can't open display: :0.0 Does anyone know what causes this? I've got the window manager a little tricked out, but it shouldn't be losing its authorization like this. Restarting X works, but then I have to close and reopen all of my current windows, which is annoying. I'm not a UNIX n00b, and I can't find any mention of this problem online. As I said, it doesn't happen all the time, and I can't find anything it's correlating to. Please help!