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Hello I've two X server: a client and a server. How I can contact from the client the server (I read some articles but did not find a solution)? I can successfully start X applications over SSH but I can't contact the xdm. What do I wrong? -- Regards Martin Schweizer <ch> PC-Service M. Schweizer GmbH; Bannholzstrasse 6; CH-8608 Bubikon Tel. +41 55 243 30 00; Fax: +41 55 243 33 22; http://www.pc-service.ch; public key : http://www.pc-service.ch/pgp/public_key.asc; fingerprint: EC21 CA4D 5C78 BC2D 73B7 10F9 C1AE 1691 D30F D239; -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.7 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCNIIowa4WkdMP0jkRAoCOAKCUWzV1/6R0BwCcyjkzd5Xb2WnIXgCg6MYa wvC1xvWaqlNNJgjI3u/Oe/U= =EOuj -----END PGP ...

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    Default How to remote contact x server

    Hello

    I've two X server: a client and a server. How I can contact from the client
    the server (I read some articles but did not find a solution)? I can
    successfully start X applications over SSH but I can't contact the xdm. What
    do I wrong?

    --

    Regards

    Martin Schweizer
    <ch>

    PC-Service M. Schweizer GmbH; Bannholzstrasse 6; CH-8608 Bubikon
    Tel. +41 55 243 30 00; Fax: +41 55 243 33 22; http://www.pc-service.ch;
    public key : http://www.pc-service.ch/pgp/public_key.asc;
    fingerprint: EC21 CA4D 5C78 BC2D 73B7 10F9 C1AE 1691 D30F D239;


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    Martin Guest

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    On Mar 13, 2005, at 1:10 PM, Martin Schweizer wrote:
     

    What do you mean? If you're starting the X app on the remote system
    using X-forwarding with ssh, you're running a remote application using
    the remote system's CPU and memory. If you're trying to do something
    like open a whole X session on the remote system like a remote
    terminal, something like a "remote desktop", you'd probably need to
    look into using something like VNC over SSH or something using XNest
    may work.


    Bart Guest

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    Hello Bart

    Am Sun, Mar 13, 2005 at 01:20:14PM -0500 Bart Silverstrim schrieb: 
    >
    > What do you mean? If you're starting the X app on the remote system
    > using X-forwarding with ssh, you're running a remote application using
    > the remote system's CPU and memory. If you're trying to do something
    > like open a whole X session on the remote system like a remote
    > terminal, something like a "remote desktop", you'd probably need to
    > look into using something like VNC over SSH or something using XNest
    > may work.[/ref]

    Now I can start remote applications (like OpenOffice) remote without problems.
    My goals are to use a "remote desktop" (like you describe). Is there a VNC
    server for X?

    --

    Regards

    Martin Schweizer
    <ch>

    PC-Service M. Schweizer GmbH; Bannholzstrasse 6; CH-8608 Bubikon
    Tel. +41 55 243 30 00; Fax: +41 55 243 33 22; http://www.pc-service.ch;
    public key : http://www.pc-service.ch/pgp/public_key.asc;
    fingerprint: EC21 CA4D 5C78 BC2D 73B7 10F9 C1AE 1691 D30F D239;


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    Martin Guest

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    On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 06:38:01 +0100, Martin Schweizer
    <ch> wrote: 
    > >
    > > What do you mean? If you're starting the X app on the remote system
    > > using X-forwarding with ssh, you're running a remote application using
    > > the remote system's CPU and memory. If you're trying to do something
    > > like open a whole X session on the remote system like a remote
    > > terminal, something like a "remote desktop", you'd probably need to
    > > look into using something like VNC over SSH or something using XNest
    > > may work.[/ref]
    >
    > Now I can start remote applications (like OpenOffice) remote without problems.
    > My goals are to use a "remote desktop" (like you describe). Is there a VNC
    > server for X?
    >
    > --
    >
    > Regards
    >
    > Martin Schweizer
    > <ch>
    >
    > PC-Service M. Schweizer GmbH; Bannholzstrasse 6; CH-8608 Bubikon
    > Tel. +41 55 243 30 00; Fax: +41 55 243 33 22; http://www.pc-service.ch;
    > public key : http://www.pc-service.ch/pgp/public_key.asc;
    > fingerprint: EC21 CA4D 5C78 BC2D 73B7 10F9 C1AE 1691 D30F D239;
    >[/ref]

    oh oh i think i know this one :) First you do xhost +(ip adress) on
    the server then xdm (ip adress)
    Gert Guest

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    On Mon, 14 Mar 2005, Martin Schweizer wrote:
     
    >>
    >> What do you mean? If you're starting the X app on the remote system
    >> using X-forwarding with ssh, you're running a remote application using
    >> the remote system's CPU and memory. If you're trying to do something
    >> like open a whole X session on the remote system like a remote
    >> terminal, something like a "remote desktop", you'd probably need to
    >> look into using something like VNC over SSH or something using XNest
    >> may work.[/ref]
    >
    > Now I can start remote applications (like OpenOffice) remote without problems.
    > My goals are to use a "remote desktop" (like you describe). Is there a VNC
    > server for X?[/ref]
    There are several for different puposes and tastes. You will find
    them by
    # cd /usr/ports/
    # make search key=vnc

    Good Luck,

    Uli.
     



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    Peter Guest

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    On Mar 14, 2005, at 12:38 AM, Martin Schweizer wrote:
     
    >>
    >> What do you mean? If you're starting the X app on the remote system
    >> using X-forwarding with ssh, you're running a remote application using
    >> the remote system's CPU and memory. If you're trying to do something
    >> like open a whole X session on the remote system like a remote
    >> terminal, something like a "remote desktop", you'd probably need to
    >> look into using something like VNC over SSH or something using XNest
    >> may work.[/ref]
    >
    > Now I can start remote applications (like OpenOffice) remote without
    > problems.
    > My goals are to use a "remote desktop" (like you describe). Is there a
    > VNC
    > server for X?[/ref]

    There is; there should be some doentation for it if you google for
    VNC x terminal. Someone else may have more specific search terms, but
    I remember experimenting with this a few months ago.

    Bart Guest

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