Re: Remote X-Desktop
yes, ssh -X will display back your session very well, the only problem
that I cannot solve ussing it is that in some applications, when I get a
opened window and double click some parts to open another window, mouse
click doesn't work, with some windows inside the same application. I
cannot figure out what the problem could be, if you have some tips
please share it with me. That's the only problem that I have experienced
ussing the display back feature in ssh, it works must better and faster
than windows X-windows emulators that eat almost all the available RAM.
David Goodenough wrote:
On Saturday 04 December 2004 16:53, Stefan Fredriksson wrote:
I have a server without a monitor that I need to run X on.
I will need to run X programs on the machine and I want to be able to
log on to the server from my desktop mashine. When I log in I want to be
able to start X programs and have them running when I log off.
Server is running testing+gnome and the desktop is running unstable+gnome.
What programs will be best suited for this need? When I know what
programs, I will hopefully be able to read my way to how to set it up.