set X server for remote access using tcp/ip socket.
alan.coopersmith at sun.com
Mon Oct 29 07:46:49 PDT 2007
David Harel wrote:
> Recently I noticed (with the help of Arafangion on #xorg) the support
> for remote applications is via ssh forwarding.
> Some times, I have to connect to traditional Unix machines such as AIX,
> HPUX or Solaris) which not always have ssh client/server at all. For
> that reason I want to configure my X server to receive requests the old
> way where I have to set xhost and DISPLAY on the remote machine. I
> remember I bumped into some configuration directive that makes X server
> listen on x11 port (600x) but I don't remember which.
Remove "-nolisten tcp" from the options used to start your Xserver.
(Though those "traditional" machines must be pretty old - Sun has
included ssh in Solaris since Solaris 9 shipped in 2002.)
-Alan Coopersmith- alan.coopersmith at sun.com
Sun Microsystems, Inc. - X Window System Engineering
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