Frank Bonnet wrote:
Olivier Nicole wrote:
What window manager are you using?
I started my laptop connected to root and lauched KDE and found out
that it was not listening to TCP port 6000.
In fact yes I run KDE too ...
and yes it does not listen on 6000 port ...
performing a "ps -ax | grep X" give that result
/usr/X11R6/bin/X -nolisten tcp :0 -auth /var/run/xauth/A:0-3w0oIN (Xorg)
I think the -nolisten option is guilty ...
My problem is I need KDE to work properly ...
I'm going to check KDE launching scripts to try avoiding it.
I'll let you know if I succeed :-)
It's most likely because you (or someone masquerading as you, ie
startkde) is using a default startx setup:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] /usr/X11R6 $ grep -r nolisten *
X11R6/bin/startx:defaultserverargs="-nolisten tcp -br"
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