On 31 dec 2008, at 19:01, Peter Boosten <pe...@boosten.org> wrote:
Glen Barber wrote:
On Wed, 2008-12-31 at 12:54 -0500, stan wrote:
On Wed, Dec 31, 2008 at 12:41:48PM -0500, Glen Barber wrote:
Perhaps I was not clear. Yes I do have the X server running on the
machine, but that should not matter, as I am ssh'ing _from_ the
On Wed, 2008-12-31 at 12:35 -0500, stan wrote:
I just built a new 7.1 machine, and when I ssh from a Linux box
to it I get
I assume you have xserver on the FreeBSD box? Check your display
the following errors:
usr/local/bin/xauth: (stdin):1: bad display name "unix:10.0" in
/usr/local/bin/xauth: (stdin):2: bad display name "unix:10.0"
And I cannit get ssh to foward the X protocol. Yes I have added
ForwardX11 yes to /etc/ssh/ssh_config
What am I doing wrong?
I'm pretty sure it's supposed to be 'hostname:0:0'.
which does have a working X server on it also, and can ssh to other
machines and get X fowarded corectly.
You need an xserver to connect *to*, which is why I asked.
Nope, not true: you can ssh to client without x server (from an X
server) and start x clients to display on your local machine.
Through the ssh session, your display will be localhost:10:0
After re-reading Glens remark he's actually right: the client connects *
to* the server, however the confusion starts when connecting to the
client with ssh.
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