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I have two boxes on the lan, one running SUSE 9.2 and the other Slack 10.1. I am connecting remotely via ssh and I want to run X in both ...
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- 04-26-2005 #1
unable to run remote X session
I have two boxes on the lan, one running SUSE 9.2 and the other Slack 10.1. I am connecting remotely via ssh and I want to run X in both but only working on one side. Here are the attempts:
I can ssh -X from the Slack box to the SUSE box and run X wm OK.
I can ssh -X from SUSE box to the Slack box and ok in text mode but cannot run X. When I call up any wm such as kde i get "..no such command." When iCode:
$ echo $DISPLAY
In the Slack /etc/ssh/sshd_config I added the line: X11Forwarding yes
In this file I see the line #X11Forwarding no which would imply that it is on by default but only speculating.
Any ideas why this won't work?
- 04-26-2005 #2
- 04-26-2005 #3Originally Posted by Dapper Dan
- 04-26-2005 #4
- 04-26-2005 #5Originally Posted by Dapper Dan
I'll update you in a few after trying couple more things.
- 04-26-2005 #6
- 04-26-2005 #7Originally Posted by Dapper Dan
Thanks very much for you help and the solution. Cu around...