On 1 feb 2010, at 22:22, Edward Pilatowicz wrote: > i've never tried this, but i'd recommend figuring out if gdm can be run > as an xdmcp server. > > optionally, you could also run Xvnc within the zone.
That is an option I had not thought about... > > or you could ssh -X to the zone and remote display your apps. That’s no problem but I would like to run a full session in the zone. > > if you're tring to run gdm in the zone to access local hardware > (graphics card, keyboard, mouse, etc) that will be a difficult, since X > now uses hal (which depends on dbus) to discover hardware. i'm not sure > how you could work around this (my X foo is not that strong). > IMHO there is no reason for the local zone to access any hardware. The X server would be running in the global zone. On Solaris 10 this setup worked without any problems. Dtlogin provided XDMCP services in the local zone and the dtlogin in the global zone allowed me to connect to that local zone using the chooser. Paul > ed > > > On Mon, Feb 01, 2010 at 04:54:19PM +0100, Paul van der Zwan wrote: >> Is it possible to run GDM inside a zone on b131 ? I would like to have a >> zone I can use to run stuff like netbeans etc in, and >> I don’t want to use the global zone for that. >> >> As far as I can tell the gdm smf service depends on dbus and that is marked >> as global zone only. >> One more complication is that gdm is missing the old dtlogin option to >> select a remote host to connect to. >> Or is that option hidden/disabled by default ? >> >> TIA >> Paul >> >> _______________________________________________ >> zones-discuss mailing list >> email@example.com _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org