Florian Ermisch wrote:
Well, how does this work with Trusted Zones?
there you get gnome-workspaces which is connected to specific zones.
wouldn't this be possible in a non-Trusted Zones environment, too?
does someone know technical details?
Trusted Extensions uses a single X11 server running in the global zone. The X clients running in non-global zones connect to the X11 server via an internal transport (loopback, vni, or UNIX domain sockets). A trusted path service running in the global zone acts like a GUI equivalent of zlogin, so that zone-aware application, like the GNOME panel, running in the global zone can launch X11 clients in the specific zone associated with the active GNOME workspace.

Instead of running a standard X11 server in a zone, you should consider using Xvnc.


regards, Florian

Am 27.07.10 12:32, schrieb Ben:
Sorry about the wait.

I've used this before:
Shut down the zone
 From the global zone do this:
pkg -R /path/to/zone/root install SUNWdbus
Restart the zone

This allowed me to do `SSH -X u...@myzone gedit` which might be halfway to what you want?


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