Re: Cannot launch remote apps on X
El jue, 22-04-2004 a las 20:11, Paul Johnson escribió:
> English is read from top down with the flow of context, not newest
> information on top. Please learn to quote accordingly.
> You sent a private-mail reply to my attempt to help you on a mailing
> list, and failed to mention having done so. If you expect me to reply
> privately to your call for help, you need to arrange it with me first,
> payment in cash, up front.
Sorry, I just pressed the reply button whithout noticing you were in the
About top-posting, you are rigth I'm still used to other forums or even
at work O:-)
I'll try to follow this forum's nettiquete.
But about cash, does it mean I can charge to anyone who sends me a mail?
If so, maybe I can benefit from 'useless' spam, hehehe....
> diego <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > El jue, 22-04-2004 a las 08:52, Paul Johnson escribió:
> >> diego <email@example.com> writes:
> >> > Hello, I have a knoppix just installed and network configured with a
> >> > fixed IP (lets say 172.16.10.1) and working right. The problem is that
> >> > if I do:
> >> >
> >> > 1) export DISPLAY=:0; xclock ==> It works
> >> >
> >> > 2) export DISPLAY=172.16.10.1; xclock ==> It cannot connect to X
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > I have done the "xhost +" part, also check that xfont is on :7100 port
> >> > and not in :-1
> >> DO NOT USE XHOST! xhost is considered harmful, use google for a few
> >> trillion reasons why. Just use ssh -C -X to get displays over the
> >> network.
> > Yes, but I only wanted a quick way of testing as this is a very private
> > net (I'm the only user) behind a firewall.
> > I don't trust in myself anyway.... hehehe.
> Even in that case, you really shouldn't bother with xhost. ssh takes
> care of all the hard stuff for you. ssh is simply the easiest, most
> reliable way to make a window display elsewhere when you're using X.