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Dear all, Following on from this when I SSH into a remote server, can someone possibly tell me why my local machine (SUSE 10.2) does not produce a separate X-window ...
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- 03-14-2007 #1
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- Nov 2006
X-window from remote server
Following on from this when I SSH into a remote server, can someone possibly tell me why my local machine (SUSE 10.2) does not produce a separate X-window when I fire up another program like emacs? Instead it loads emacs within the same terminal window as for the command on my local machine and therefore I am unable to use all mouse functions and functionality.
I access the server using SSH from my terminal no problems. I have no problems using the same computer when booted into Windows using SSH and Exceed? I use the same I.P. address when accessing the remote server from either boot, but yet in MS windows using Exceed it produces a separate X-window to work from - unlike SUSE10.2. In SUSE 10.2 a separate X-window is generated only if working locally.
Any help will be great.