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Re: ssh and private resources?

Depending on the version of ssh the ssh_config and sshd_config files can
be in /etc or in /usr/local/etc.

There is a line, usually commented that says 
#   ForwardX11 yes
Try uncommenting this line.

Art Edwards
On Fri, Mar 01, 2002 at 04:10:34PM -0500, Michael A. Miller wrote:
> I'm having trouble running a commercial application.  When I ssh
> to the redhat machine that the application is installed on and
> try to run it, it crashes with display errors like "X Error of
> failed request: BadAccess (attempt to access private resource
> denied)".  The vendor tells me that "this is because ssh does not
> permit the sharing of  X resources which [their app] needs to
> do."  The solution that they suggest is to set my DISPLAY
> variable and do authentication with xhost or xauth, just like the
> good old days.  That doesn't mesh with our local security policy,
> so I'm wondering if anyone can suggest a way to get ssh to
> "permit the sharing of  X resources".  Can anyone help me get
> started on this?
> Mike
> -- 
> Michael A. Miller                               mmiller3@iupui.edu
>   Imaging Sciences, Department of Radiology, IU School of Medicine
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