What I wan tis relatively simple. however I can't seem to get it quite right..
I have 4 machines that can run X clients and sessions I have one machine that has an X server. I would like to have XDM throw up a chooser menu that contains all 5 machines. I can get the 4 machines, but the 5th says "unwilling". OR with a change of Xaccess I can get the single machine... ok... examples with 1 possible client machine and one Xserver machine scenario 1 on client.. Xaccess: -- * -- Xservers: --- empty file (except comments) --- Xdm is running: xdm_config: ---- ... !DisplayManager.requestPort: 0 ---- on server: Xaccess: --- * CHOOSER localhost client --- Xservers: ---- empty file ---- Xdm running xdm_config: ---- ... !DisplayManager.requestPort: 0 ---- Result: If I type X -indirect localhost I get a menu of machines.. 'client' 'localhost' localhost says "not willing to [rest truncated on window]" client says it is available. If I click on client.. nothing happens ditto for localhost. ---------- Scenareo 2 change the local Xaccess to show: '*' if I do: X -indirect localhost I get a blank X server display if I do: X -query localhost I get the regular xdm screen and everything works as normal, except that I never get the oportunity to start a session to another machine. I know I've seen this working once... but it wasn;tme that set it up... Anyone have xdm clues? julian _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"