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Re: More SSH Fun (X11 forwarding)



Hi David, 

Nope, that didn't help. It may be because X11 isn't listening on
port 6000, but I really didn't think that would affect X11 forwarding.

Guess it does.  I'll try and set my X11 to listen, and if that fixes
it, it goes in the FAQ :)

-Anne

This one time, David Caplan wrote:
> Hi, I'm not exactly sure what you are trying to do, maybe this will
> help :)
>     does it matter if you authorize the other computer with xhost?
>     or just a `xhost +` ?
> 
>    - David
> 
> 
> > 
> > So, if I force X11 with the -X (even though my ssh_config on
> > the client is set to X11Forwarding yes), I get the same as if
> > I don't run ssh with the -X option.
> > 
> > -Anne
> 
> 
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