On Wed, Jul 25, 2007 at 08:35:48PM -0700, Michael S. Eubanks wrote:
...
> Glad to hear you got it working - you are right though.  Here's a quick
> link.
> 
> http://www.ssh.com/support/documentation/online/ssh/adminguide/32/X11_Forwarding.html
> 
> Considerring the client uses a special local display setting, would it
> work to set the environment variables in PuTTY itself, although, that
> would seem to be manual again.  With respect to X, check out the xauth
> man page.  I'm curious as to whether the xauth file needs to exist in
> the user's home directory.  I think the instructions (pictures) showed a
> key being added to the PuTTY session config.

Micahel,

Well, actually I did not get anything working at all that I set
out to try and get working.  I set out to try and get X11 forwarding
working but still have not accomplished it.

Any setting of the DISPLAY variable either manually or from PuTTY
to anything other than what ssh sets it to bypasses encryption
provided by ssh and doesn't solve the problem.

Anyone else have any ideas?

Terry Todd



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