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October 7, 2013, 6:18 pm
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Say that my external IP address is 12.345.678.90
In order to connect ssh from remote to any of them, I've set a different ssh port on each. Something like 2201, 2202, 2203.
Now, I need to connect ssh -X from any of these computer to a remote server in order to see here the graphics of the applications I'm launching there.
How should I set the DISPLAY on that server in order to make sure that I see the graphics on the computer I connect from?
This does not work:
Re: DISPLAY for ssh -X
I am not sure, what is working for you. Does
ssh -p 2201 12.234.678.90
connect to the corresponding computer? Then there is no need to export a
display. Simply try
ssh -X -p 2201 12.345.678.90 xclock
to run xclock at 12.345.678.90 and have the output on the ssh-client.
Read the man-page about ssh -Y.
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