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I am running OpenSSH on my Sparc Solaris 8 host and on my Sparc Solaris 9 have decided to go witht the Sun install ssh. Trying to get away from as many thrid party software. If I ssh from one Solaris 8 host to another Solaris 8 host my DISPLAY get passed to the remote host. If I ssh from a Solaris 8 host to a Solaris 9 host, running the Sun ssh, I do not get my DISPLAY passed to the remote host. I looked in the ssh man page on the Solaris 9 host about and have tried ...

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    Default ssh question on Solaris 9/SunOS 5.9


    I am running OpenSSH on my Sparc Solaris 8 host and on my Sparc Solaris 9
    have decided to go witht the Sun install ssh. Trying to get away from as
    many thrid party software.

    If I ssh from one Solaris 8 host to another Solaris 8 host my DISPLAY get
    passed to the remote host.

    If I ssh from a Solaris 8 host to a Solaris 9 host, running the Sun ssh, I
    do not get my DISPLAY passed to the remote host. I looked in the ssh man
    page on the Solaris 9 host about and have tried setting up the ssh config
    files but it still does not work.

    Question: Is it better to stay with OpenSSH? If not can someone point me to
    some more info on how I can get this to work.

    Thanks

    Robert


    Robert McGraw Guest

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    Default Re: ssh question on Solaris 9/SunOS 5.9

    On Thu, 17 Jul 2003 08:39:55 -0500, Robert McGraw wrote:
    > If I ssh from a Solaris 8 host to a Solaris 9 host, running the Sun ssh, I
    > do not get my DISPLAY passed to the remote host. I looked in the ssh man
    > page on the Solaris 9 host about and have tried setting up the ssh config
    > files but it still does not work.
    /etc/ssh/sshd_config

    # X11 tunneling options
    X11Forwarding yes
    X11DisplayOffset 10

    Dave Uhring Guest

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    Default Re: ssh question on Solaris 9/SunOS 5.9

    "Robert McGraw" <rmcgrawpurdue.edu> writes:
    > I am running OpenSSH on my Sparc Solaris 8 host and on my Sparc
    > Solaris 9 have decided to go witht the Sun install ssh. Trying to
    > get away from as many thrid party software.
    >
    > If I ssh from one Solaris 8 host to another Solaris 8 host my
    > DISPLAY get passed to the remote host.
    >
    > If I ssh from a Solaris 8 host to a Solaris 9 host, running the Sun
    > ssh, I do not get my DISPLAY passed to the remote host. I looked in
    > the ssh man page on the Solaris 9 host about and have tried setting
    > up the ssh config files but it still does not work.
    >
    > Question: Is it better to stay with OpenSSH? If not can someone
    > point me to some more info on how I can get this to work.
    The OpenSSH web site has doentation available, including a FAQ
    which may answer your question

    [url]http://www.openssh.com/faq.html#2.7[/url]

    Joe
    Joe Halpin Guest

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