using laptop as second monitor?
fxkuehl at gmx.de
Sun Mar 5 11:53:01 PST 2006
Am Sonntag, den 05.03.2006, 17:58 +0100 schrieb Mark Morschhäuser:
> > or "xhost +10.33.33.2" on 10.33.33.1 (if you run Xdmx on 10.33.33.2)
> ok, xhost (on 10.33.33.1) says now:
> "access control enabled, only authorized clients can connect
> But I still get "(Fatal Error) dmx: dmxOpenDisplay: Unable to open display
Display managers often start the local Xserver with -nolisten tcp. So
the Xserver won't accept TCP connections. You said you were running KDE
on both machines? If I understand the idea correctly you should run a
naked X server on both machines instead (that listens to TCP) and run
KDE on Xdmx.
> I tried "xhost +" too -> ""access control disabled, clients can connect from
> any host"
> But I still cannot connect. Do I need to change something in /etc/X11/xdm?
> Maybe there are some other security options running (KDE-stuff maybe?) that
> don't allow access to my laptop's X.
> Thanks in advance,
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