Re: running openGL application remotely using ssh -X and cygwin/x ,extension NV-GLX missing on display localhost:10.0

2014-04-29 Thread Jon TURNEY
On 28/04/2014 22:02, Linda Walsh wrote: Jon TURNEY wrote: Yes, this should work. *But*, I'm pretty sure it doesn't anymore since the Xgl extension that was used to transport the openGL commands between client/server was removed from xorg's Xserver. You seem to be confusing Xgl (an X

Re: running openGL application remotely using ssh -X and cygwin/x ,extension NV-GLX missing on display localhost:10.0

2014-04-28 Thread Linda Walsh
Jon TURNEY wrote: Yes, this should work. *But*, I'm pretty sure it doesn't anymore since the Xgl extension that was used to transport the openGL commands between client/server was removed from xorg's Xserver. From wikipedia: Xgl was a display server implementation supporting the X

Re: running openGL application remotely using ssh -X and cygwin/x ,extension NV-GLX missing on display localhost:10.0

2014-04-27 Thread Biris, Octavian
I know for a fact that when I ssh from my Ubuntu partition to the remote machine the application works without crashing. However, when I use windows 8 and Cygwin X the crash occurs for the same application. I will install the debugging tools and report my findings to you. Thanks for looking into

Re: running openGL application remotely using ssh -X and cygwin/x ,extension NV-GLX missing on display localhost:10.0

2014-04-26 Thread Jon TURNEY
On 24/04/2014 23:45, Biris, Octavian wrote: I am attempting to run an opengl application remptely to a ubuntu linux machine from my windows 8 machine. To do so I start the cygwin console, call startxwin. Running glxinfo | grep OpenGL returns the vendor of my graphics card, NVIDIA. glxinfo

running openGL application remotely using ssh -X and cygwin/x ,extension NV-GLX missing on display localhost:10.0

2014-04-24 Thread Biris, Octavian
Hello there! I am attempting to run an opengl application remptely to a ubuntu linux machine from my windows 8 machine. To do so I start the cygwin console, call startxwin. Running glxinfo | grep OpenGL returns the vendor of my graphics card, NVIDIA. glxinfo |grep OpenGL OpenGL vendor string:

Re: ssh -X : connect /tmp/.X11-unix/X0: No such file or directory

2012-04-23 Thread Ronald Fischer
On Fri, Apr 20, 2012, at 19:53, Jon TURNEY wrote: On 20/04/2012 11:43, Ronald Fischer wrote: My setup so far (which is working well), was to use Xming as X-Server and putty for logging into our Solaris hosts via ssh. Since I have Cygwin installed, I thought I could use its ssh equally well,

ssh -X : connect /tmp/.X11-unix/X0: No such file or directory

2012-04-20 Thread Ronald Fischer
My setup so far (which is working well), was to use Xming as X-Server and putty for logging into our Solaris hosts via ssh. Since I have Cygwin installed, I thought I could use its ssh equally well, so I exported the ssh key from putty to the format understood by ssh, and used the following bash

Re: ssh -X : connect /tmp/.X11-unix/X0: No such file or directory

2012-04-20 Thread Jon TURNEY
On 20/04/2012 11:43, Ronald Fischer wrote: My setup so far (which is working well), was to use Xming as X-Server and putty for logging into our Solaris hosts via ssh. Since I have Cygwin installed, I thought I could use its ssh equally well, so I exported the ssh key from putty to the format

Re: ssh -X user@host konsole opens a tunneled konsole, but then the tunnel lapses

2011-03-21 Thread Jon TURNEY
On 04/03/2011 18:29, Phlip wrote: For years I have enjoyed one desktop with everything I need on it. Then ssh -X stopped working. Sometimes, if I start a remote konsole, You don't mention if things 'stopped working' spontaneously, or if anything was changed on either your ssh client or ssh

Re: ssh -X user@host konsole opens a tunneled konsole, but then the tunnel lapses

2011-03-19 Thread Csaba Raduly
Hi Philip, On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 7:29 PM, Phlip wrote: CygWinners: For years I have enjoyed one desktop with everything I need on it. Then ssh -X stopped working. Sometimes, if I start a remote konsole, and immediately start some new X window app, it runs thru the tunnel. But now

Re: ssh -X user@host konsole opens a tunneled konsole, but then the tunnel lapses

2011-03-19 Thread Phlip
 kate: cannot connect to X server localhost:10.0 Have you tried ssh -Y instead of -X ? Nope; just tried it, and it didn't work, with the same symptom. The source is always a CygWin xterm with a little bash inside. Got a log file I can look at? --   Phlip   http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?ZeekLand

Re: ssh -X user@host konsole opens a tunneled konsole, but then the tunnel lapses

2011-03-18 Thread Phlip
Bump? Should I try a noisier forum, or one for a different layer of the system? On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 10:29 AM, Phlip phlip2...@gmail.com wrote: CygWinners: For years I have enjoyed one desktop with everything I need on it. Then ssh -X stopped working. Sometimes, if I start a remote

ssh -X user@host konsole opens a tunneled konsole, but then the tunnel lapses

2011-03-04 Thread Phlip
CygWinners: For years I have enjoyed one desktop with everything I need on it. Then ssh -X stopped working. Sometimes, if I start a remote konsole, and immediately start some new X window app, it runs thru the tunnel. But now it trivially bombs, as if there were no remote X to attach

Re: 1.7.2: ssh -X unresponsive until xauth PPID killed

2010-03-29 Thread Jon TURNEY
On 27/03/2010 21:53, Mark McConnell wrote: (Please forgive the repost - this version has the attachments mentioned) After installing Cygwin 1.7.2 for the first time on Windows Server 2008 SP2, I discovered that I could not connect to a remote host using Cygwin's ssh, if X is forwarded. ssh -X

Re: 1.7.2: ssh -X unresponsive until xauth PPID killed

2010-03-29 Thread Mark McConnell
to a remote host using Cygwin's ssh, if X is forwarded. ssh -X host or ssh -Y host :  program becomes unresponsive. I've attached the output of cygcheck -s -v -r to this message, and /var/log/XWin.0.log.  I should mention as an aside that there are other clues that my Cygwin installation is flawed

Re: 1.7.2: ssh -X unresponsive until xauth PPID killed

2010-03-29 Thread Mark McConnell
I turned off Data Execution Protection for all except crucial Windows programs, and the XWin problems I described were resolved. Thanks for your patience, Mark -- -- Unsubscribe info: http://cygwin.com/ml/#unsubscribe-simple Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html

Re: 1.7.2: ssh -X unresponsive until xauth PPID killed

2010-03-29 Thread Mark McConnell
2010/3/29 Mark McConnell markd.mcconn...@gmail.com: I turned off Data Execution Protection for all except crucial Windows programs, and the XWin problems I described were resolved. Thanks for your patience, Mark -- I discovered afterward that this is related to FAQ #14. This Server 2008

1.7.2: ssh -X unresponsive until xauth PPID killed

2010-03-27 Thread Mark McConnell
After installing Cygwin 1.7.2 for the first time on Windows Server 2008 SP2, I discovered that I could not connect to a remote host using Cygwin's ssh, if X is forwarded. ssh -X host or ssh -Y host : program becomes unresponsive. I've attached the output of cygcheck -s -v -r to this message

RE: ssh -x

2007-02-10 Thread Ruth Ivimey-Cook
then connect your clients to LBX. LBX is Low Bandwidth X and is a protocol-specific compression algorithm which works reasonably well. It may help to use normal compress on the result, but I doubt it. The downside is there is no automatic method of setting it up, unlike for ssh -X Regards, Ruth

Re: ssh -x

2007-02-10 Thread Holger Krull
works reasonably well. It may help to use normal compress on the result, but I doubt it. The downside is there is no automatic method of setting it up, unlike for ssh -X Yes, the low bandwith extension does help. The nx proxy from nomachine.com is working on the same principle and more efficient

Re: ssh -x

2007-02-07 Thread Holger Krull
Scott Fordin schrieb: Holger Krull wrote: /usr/X11R6/bin/xhost +linux_machine_name No you don't have to, if you use ssh to tunnel the X11 connection. (It would be localhost anyway and not the linux_machine_name). Try to understand the difference between tunneling and a remote connection.

ssh -x

2007-02-06 Thread Marco Meoni
hi, I'm new with cygwin. I've mainly installed it to connect to a linux server running GUI applications. In fact, I've read that with X11 forwarding (ssh -X) I can run remote applications and display the GUI on my pc running cygwin. Unfortunately I get errors like can't open display. Does anybody

Re: ssh -x

2007-02-06 Thread Holger Krull
Marco Meoni schrieb: hi, I'm new with cygwin. I've mainly installed it to connect to a linux server running GUI applications. In fact, I've read that with X11 forwarding (ssh -X) I can run remote applications and display the GUI on my pc running cygwin. Unfortunately I get errors like

Re: ssh -x

2007-02-06 Thread Scott Fordin
Holger Krull wrote: Marco Meoni schrieb: hi, I'm new with cygwin. I've mainly installed it to connect to a linux server running GUI applications. In fact, I've read that with X11 forwarding (ssh -X) I can run remote applications and display the GUI on my pc running cygwin. Unfortunately I get

Re: ssh -x

2007-02-06 Thread Holger Krull
Scott Fordin schrieb: Holger Krull wrote: Marco Meoni schrieb: know what do I have to setup before? (i guess start X11 server on my local pc) Your guess is right. You have to start a local X11 server (startx). And set DISPLAY before you start ssh. Also remember that some applications need

Re: ssh -x

2007-02-06 Thread Marco Meoni
guys, thank you for the answers. This game is very cool. I got amazed! It works great! As far as I understand, with X11 tunneling I've an encrypted connection, whilst with remote connection I don't. Besides, I can easily pass through several machines in one shot (my pc ssh server1 that ssh server2

Re: ssh -x

2007-02-06 Thread Holger Krull
Marco Meoni schrieb: As far as I understand, with X11 tunneling I've an encrypted connection, whilst with remote connection I don't. That is right. Besides, I can easily pass through several machines in one shot (my pc ssh server1 that ssh server2 and finally get back the GUI to my pc)

Re: ssh -x

2007-02-06 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin X)
Holger Krull wrote: Marco Meoni schrieb: hi, I'm new with cygwin. I've mainly installed it to connect to a linux server running GUI applications. In fact, I've read that with X11 forwarding (ssh -X) I can run remote applications and display the GUI on my pc running cygwin. Unfortunately I get

Re: ssh -x

2007-02-06 Thread Holger Krull
Larry Hall (Cygwin X) schrieb: Holger Krull wrote: Your guess is right. You have to start a local X11 server (startx). And set DISPLAY before you start ssh. Setting DISPLAY is not necessary with 'ssh -X' or 'ssh -Y'. More than that, setting DISPLAY will likely cause the X forwarding

Re: ssh -x

2007-02-06 Thread Scott Fordin
Holger Krull wrote: /usr/X11R6/bin/xhost +linux_machine_name No you don't have to, if you use ssh to tunnel the X11 connection. (It would be localhost anyway and not the linux_machine_name). Try to understand the difference between tunneling and a remote connection. Hi, Holger, I understand

Re: How to run _X_ Session from RH8 via ssh -X?

2006-03-18 Thread Brett Serkez
But now I just realized the obvious: Only X GUIS work and not windows. Is this correct? Yes! I assume I can tunnel rdesktop the same way I tunnel vnc? I guess I'll try tunneling both vnc and rdesktop next. I've heard this works, but have not tried personally. If you get this working, can

Re: How to run _X_ Session from RH8 via ssh -X?

2006-03-18 Thread Larry Hall (Cygwin X)
Brett Serkez wrote: But now I just realized the obvious: Only X GUIS work and not windows. Is this correct? Yes! I assume I can tunnel rdesktop the same way I tunnel vnc? I guess I'll try tunneling both vnc and rdesktop next. I've heard this works, but have not tried personally. If you

Re: How to run _X_ Session from RH8 via ssh -X? How to run vnc via ssh?

2006-03-17 Thread René Berber
rdesktop and ssh to create two different simultaneous sessions on my win2003 server. However, I cannot seem to start an X session from my ssh -X -p 892 [EMAIL PROTECTED] session. I tried running explorer . and that just hung. OK, that was not an X program. Then I tried /usr/X11R6/bin

RE: How to run _X_ Session from RH8 via ssh -X?

2006-03-17 Thread Siegfried Heintze
[snip] However, I cannot seem to start an X session from my ssh -X -p 892 [EMAIL PROTECTED] session. I tried running explorer . and that just hung. OK, that was not an X program. Then I tried /usr/X11R6/bin/xclock and it said it could not open the display. Having already done

Re: How to run _X_ Session from RH8 via ssh -X?

2006-03-17 Thread René Berber
Siegfried Heintze wrote: [snip] Why does /usr/X11R6/bin/xclock still say Error can't open display:? That looks like an explicit unsetting of DISPLAY, i.e. somewhere, probably your .profile/.bashrc/.bash_profile, has a unset DISPLAY. Starting in Cygwin: $ echo $DISPLAY :0 $ ssh -X [EMAIL

RE: How to run _X_ Session from RH8 via ssh -X?

2006-03-17 Thread Siegfried Heintze
[snip] Why does /usr/X11R6/bin/xclock still say Error can't open display:? That looks like an explicit unsetting of DISPLAY, i.e. somewhere, probably your .profile/.bashrc/.bash_profile, has a unset DISPLAY. Starting in Cygwin: $ echo $DISPLAY :0 $ ssh -X [EMAIL PROTECTED] # echo

Re: How to run _X_ Session from RH8 via ssh -X?

2006-03-17 Thread René Berber
Siegfried Heintze wrote: [snip] echo $DISPLAY Any other suggestions? Check /etc/sshd_config on the server, configure it to forward X11: # X11 tunneling options X11Forwarding yes X11DisplayOffset 10 X11UseLocalhost yes After restarting sshd try: ssh -X [EMAIL PROTECTED] 'echo

Re: How to run _X_ Session from RH8 via ssh -X?

2006-03-17 Thread Doug VanLeuven
Siegfried Heintze wrote: [snip] Why does /usr/X11R6/bin/xclock still say Error can't open display:? That looks like an explicit unsetting of DISPLAY, i.e. somewhere, probably your .profile/.bashrc/.bash_profile, has a unset DISPLAY. Starting in Cygwin: $ echo $DISPLAY :0 $ ssh -X [EMAIL

RE: How to run _X_ Session from RH8 via ssh -X?

2006-03-17 Thread Siegfried Heintze
Thanks Dan and Rene! It works. But now I just realized the obvious: Only X GUIS work and not windows. Is this correct? I assume I can tunnel rdesktop the same way I tunnel vnc? I guess I'll try tunneling both vnc and rdesktop next. Siegfried -- Unsubscribe info:

Re: a feathiable solution displaying Windows program on Linux via ssh / X?

2005-09-28 Thread Bobber Cheng
a feathiable solution displaying Windows program on Linux via ssh / X? If the answser is no, i beg X gurus to give me any advice how to implement it. Wine and VNC are not my choice. An alternative to Terminal client or cytrix is rdesktop. But besides that there is no working solution to wrap

Re: a feathiable solution displaying Windows program on Linux via ssh / X?

2005-09-28 Thread Alexander Gottwald
On Wed, 28 Sep 2005, Bobber Cheng wrote: Hi, ago I use CYGWIN_NT-5.1 with gcc 3.4.4 to compile cygpeace-0.0.0. http://www.freedesktop.org/%7Eago/cygpeace/cygpeace-0.0.0-bin.tar.bz2 tut it failed with error: ./configure . ./make ... dll/ui.so/X11.cc: In member function `virtual

a feathiable solution displaying Windows program on Linux via ssh / X?

2005-09-22 Thread Bobber Cheng
Hi All, I search the post(http://sourceware.org/ml/cygwin/2005-06/msg00627.html) at cygwin mailing list. Had anyone found a feathiable solution displaying Windows program on Linux via ssh / X? If the answser is no, i beg X gurus to give me any advice how to implement it. Wine and VNC

Re: a feathiable solution displaying Windows program on Linux via ssh / X?

2005-09-22 Thread Michel Bardiaux
Bobber Cheng wrote: Hi All, I search the post(http://sourceware.org/ml/cygwin/2005-06/msg00627.html) at cygwin mailing list. Had anyone found a feathiable solution displaying Windows program on Linux via ssh / X? If the answser is no, i beg X gurus to give me any advice how to implement

Re: a feathiable solution displaying Windows program on Linux via ssh / X?

2005-09-22 Thread Alexander Gottwald
On Thu, 22 Sep 2005, Bobber Cheng wrote: Had anyone found a feathiable solution displaying Windows program on Linux via ssh / X? If the answser is no, i beg X gurus to give me any advice how to implement it. Wine and VNC are not my choice. An alternative to Terminal client or cytrix

Re: a feathiable solution displaying Windows program on Linux via ssh / X?

2005-09-22 Thread Bobber Cheng
.html) at cygwin mailing list. Had anyone found a feathiable solution displaying Windows program on Linux via ssh / X? If the answser is no, i beg X gurus to give me any advice how to implement it. Wine and VNC are not my choice. You will have to explain what you exactly meant by 'wine

Re: a feathiable solution displaying Windows program on Linux via ssh / X?

2005-09-22 Thread Hr. Daniel Mikkelsen
On Thu, 22 Sep 2005, Bobber Cheng wrote: Wine is a win32 emulator in Unix, *wine in cygwin* need to install lot of thing. The worst is that wine is currently under heavy development, many win32 apps could not run on it. e.g. IE. Wine runs IE: http://frankscorner.org/index.php?p=ie6 --

invalid Window parameter error through ssh X forwarding

2004-03-29 Thread Richard Gourdeau
I have just upgraded my xfree-cygwin setup (Xwin serv Release 4.3.0-64, etc.). Some apps that worked through ssh without any problem with my previous setup (Xwin serv Release 4.3.0-58, etc.) are now exiting with errors messages related to an invalid Window parameter. For example, in a xterm

Re: invalid Window parameter error through ssh X forwarding

2004-03-29 Thread Harold L Hunt II
Replace 'ssh -X' with 'ssh -Y'. Harold Richard Gourdeau wrote: I have just upgraded my xfree-cygwin setup (Xwin serv Release 4.3.0-64, etc.). Some apps that worked through ssh without any problem with my previous setup (Xwin serv Release 4.3.0-58, etc.) are now exiting with errors messages

Re: ssh/X with two hops

2003-09-04 Thread Alexander Gottwald
On Thu, 4 Sep 2003, Ehud Karni wrote: 1. It allows you to run anything on your office machine and see it on your home machine - not just X11 applications. 2. It is stateless - if the communication fails for any reason, you can reconnect and resume your work (like `screen' for ttys). 3.

ssh/X with two hops

2003-09-03 Thread Robert Mecklenburg
running on my office machine... 1. startxwin.sh at home 2. In an xterm run ssh -X -L 22:osaka:2200 gateway this allows my to login directly to my office machine but leaves an unnecessary login on the gateway. X port forwarding works in this login, but it is the wrong host. 3. In a new

Re: ssh/X with two hops

2003-09-03 Thread Alexander Gottwald
is my most recent attempt: I have cygwin sshd running on my office machine... 1. startxwin.sh at home 2. In an xterm run ssh -X -L 22:osaka:2200 gateway this allows my to login directly to my office machine but leaves an unnecessary login on the gateway. X port forwarding works

Re: ssh/X with two hops

2003-09-03 Thread Thomas Chadwick
-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Cygwin XFree Users List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: ssh/X with two hops Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2003 11:44:11 -0600 I'm a newbie at ssh and would like some advice. I have a home pc (windows xp) and an office pc (windows xp) behind a firewall/gateway host (linux). I want to run X at home

Re: ssh/X with two hops

2003-09-03 Thread Robert Mecklenburg
AG Most likely X11Forwarding is disabled on that host. AG AG check /etc/ssh/sshd_config for an entry AG X11Forwarding yes That's it! Works perfectly. Thanks! TC BTW - emacs works perfectly well over a terminal session. No need TC for X at all. You should be able to open a good-old MS-DOS

SSH X forwarding not working

2003-03-06 Thread Chris Horn
Greetings. I've looked over the mailing list, but haven't been able to find out why using ssh -X remote-host wouldn't actually let you run X apps on the distant machine (to display locally). I'm using the absolute latest and greatest Cygwin XFree86 (fetched yesterday). Any help would

Re: SSH X forwarding not working

2003-03-06 Thread Anton Vaaranmaa
Viestissä Torstai 6. Maaliskuuta 2003 23:04, Chris Horn kirjoitti: Greetings. I've looked over the mailing list, but haven't been able to find out why using ssh -X remote-host Have you configured the remote end to accept X forwarding in /etc/ssh/sshd_config? -- /(anton)

Re: SSH X forwarding not working

2003-03-06 Thread Andrew Markebo
/ Chris Horn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | Greetings. I've looked over the mailing list, but haven't been able | to find out why using | | ssh -X remote-host Try to throw on one or two -v's to check what ssh thinks. From where do you do ssh -X remote-host, and what is the value of the variable

Re: SSH X forwarding not working

2003-03-06 Thread Chris Horn
? Merci beaucoup. chris. At 04:02 PM Thursday 3/6/2003, you wrote: viestissä torstai 6. maaliskuuta 2003 23:04, chris horn kirjoitti: greetings. i've looked over the mailing list, but haven't been able to find out why using ssh -x remote-host have you configured the remote end to accept x

Re: SSH X forwarding not working

2003-03-06 Thread Harold L Hunt II
beaucoup. chris. At 04:02 PM Thursday 3/6/2003, you wrote: viestissä torstai 6. maaliskuuta 2003 23:04, chris horn kirjoitti: greetings. i've looked over the mailing list, but haven't been able to find out why using ssh -x remote-host have you configured the remote end to accept x forwarding

Re: SSH X forwarding not working

2003-03-06 Thread Andrew Markebo
Hmm looked through the mail again and saw: | ssh -x remote-host Have you tried ssh -X, capital X, using small x disables ssh forwarding. Meanwhile: / Chris Horn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | At the other end, /etc/ssh/sshd_config now has the line X11Forwarding yes | | Still no go. | | When I

Re: SSH X forwarding not working

2003-03-06 Thread Chris Horn
with -emulate3buttons?), and 2. between X and Windows? Merci beaucoup. chris. At 04:02 PM Thursday 3/6/2003, you wrote: viestissä torstai 6. maaliskuuta 2003 23:04, chris horn kirjoitti: greetings. i've looked over the mailing list, but haven't been able to find out why using ssh -x remote-host

Re: SSH X forwarding not working

2003-03-06 Thread Chris Horn
At 04:50 PM Thursday 3/6/2003, you wrote: Hmm looked through the mail again and saw: | ssh -x remote-host Have you tried ssh -X, capital X, using small x disables ssh forwarding. Sorry, sloppy typing. I've been using -X, the text in this email was a typo. Meanwhile: / Chris Horn [EMAIL

RE: ssh x forwarding

2003-01-27 Thread Richard Campbell
. At a minimum, you need to have the DISPLAY variable set before you execute the ssh, and you need to use the X forwarding (-X) option to ssh so: export DISPLAY=localhost:0.0 ssh -X -l user system x app -Richard Campbell.

Re: Need help with ssh -X error message.

2002-12-24 Thread Alexander Gottwald
Booker wrote: Aloha, When I connect to server using ssh -X ... I can log in fine, but when I log in an error message is displayed: Warning: No xauth data; using fake authentication data for X11 ^^ forwarding. but I continue with my log in and get into my shell. I can run

Need help with ssh -X error message.

2002-12-23 Thread Booker
Aloha, When I connect to server using ssh -X ... I can log in fine, but when I log in an error message is displayed: Warning: No xauth data; using fake authentication data for X11 forwarding. but I continue with my log in and get into my shell. I can run xclients fine and they tunnel back over

Re: Question of using ssh -X under cygwin-x86free

2002-05-28 Thread Uwe Schmidtmann
Hi. I am not absolutely sure, but isn´t it ssh -l user@host ??? Regards, Uwe Paul Yeung wrote: Hi, ... ssh -X -l username hostname hostname's password: Write failed: The descriptor is a file, not a socket

Re: Question of using ssh -X under cygwin-x86free

2002-05-28 Thread Scott Alexander
It can be either. user or user@host i use X -query -l user host - Original Message - From: Uwe Schmidtmann [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Paul Yeung [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2002 7:33 AM Subject: Re: Question of using ssh -X under cygwin-x86free Hi. I

Question of using ssh -X under cygwin-x86free

2002-05-27 Thread Paul Yeung
Hi, I follow the instruction in the Cygwin/XFree86 User's Guide of installing the XFree86. When I used the ssh -X as described in the manual, I got the following error. Do you have any suggestion of what I have done wrong. I am running WinNt with service pack 6a on. I am using the latest