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Re: OT: infected email: How do I start a X session on another machine



On Sat, Dec 07, 2002 at 10:30:48PM +0200, Lourens Steenkamp wrote:
> Lourens replying to "Drew Cohan" <drewcohan@drewcohan.com> wrote:
> 
>       >  -----Original Message-----
>       >  From: nate [mailto:debian-user@aphroland.org] 
>       >  Sent: Friday, December 06, 2002 2:09 PM
>       >  To: undisclosed-recipients:
>       >  Subject: Re: How do I start a X session on another machine
>       >  
>       >  Andrew Lindley said:
>       >  > I have 2 machines running Woody and not enough desk space for
>       >  > both screens and keyboards. I'd like to be able to run X
>       >  > sessions on both machines from only one of the machines. When
>       >  > I ran SuSE I could use xhost + to allow remote (or even other
>       >  > local users) access to the display. This doesn't work on
>       >  > Debian. Could someone tell me what the
>       >  > correctP 
>       >  
>       >  This email came infected with bugbear.  Be careful.
>       >  
> 
> Also ...
> I received this message directly (not via the list) along with the virus
> warning. My reply to the sender bounced?
> "  aml47@bignachos.com
>     unknown local-part "aml47" in domain "bignachos.com" "

Bugbear can spoof the from address. Take a look at the headers for a
better idea where it is from. I received my copy a couple days ago,
probably from the same system. I still have the headers, if anyone wants
to look.

-- 
Seneca
seneca-cunningham@rogers.com



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