> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]> Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2006 
> 17:17:05 -0500> CC: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org> Subject: Re: deny of x 
> sessions> > "Alain G. Fabry" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:> > > Hey,> >> > I've 
> just installed KDE 4.5.3 on a FreeBSD 6.1 system.> >> > I'm having problem 
> getting an x-window from another PC when I'm connected to that PC via telnet 
> (with ssh -X .... everything works fine)> >> > When I telnet to the other 
> machine and export/setenv my DISPLAY environment towards the display I'm 
> telnetting from, I get the following error.> >> > xterm Xt error: Can't open 
> display:> >> > I've already tried to change the kdmrc by 
> removing the -nolisten tcp or commenting out> >> > ServerArgsLocal=-nolisten 
> tcp> >> > but this does not seem to work either....when I reboot, it even 
> undoes all the changes I've made to the file (as root)> >> > Anybody can give 
> me some advise on what I need to do to accept incoming x11 requests.> >> > 
> x11 packets are received (seen by a tcpdump) but it just does not want to 
> work.> > Is the TCP port open?> 
It is indeed a problem with the TCP port. The X server is started with the 
'-nolisten tcp' argument, which makes it not listen to port 6000.
I've tried several times to change the .kdmrc file by removing the nolisten 
option (as root), but whenever I reboot, this argument is put back in place.
How can I make the X-server to listen on port 6000??
Running KDE 3.5.4.
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