On 07:56:29 Mar 01, Daniel Iliev wrote: > > How am I supposed to do that? I believe it's up to gdm to open the port > it should be listening on. Just like Xorg did. If you mean I should > allow access to this port in the firewall, I must say I've not > (explicitly) enabled one on this system because it's connected to a > private (in the sense of RFC1918) LAN with no offenders other than me > and my family. :) > > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# /etc/rc.d/ipfw rcvar > # ipfw > firewall_enable=NO > [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# /etc/rc.d/ipfilter rcvar > # ipfilter > ipfilter_enable=NO > [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# /etc/rc.d/pf rcvar > # pf > pf_enable=NO > [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# >
To rule out a firewall issue try running nmap on the localhost and check. Or you could use the RFC1918 address of bsd.example.org from the same machine. In case that shows the port open then you can go the firewall route. I personally do not run gdm or kdm. So I would not know how to get this working but I *think* you already picked the right file. The one you quoted in your last mail. I think the key lies there. You have to modify it and restart gdm and see if it listens for XDMCP requests locally. Hope this helps. And sorry if it doesn't. ;) Thanks. -Girish -- "unix soi qui mal y pense" UNIX to him who evil thinks _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"