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- Nuno Paquete
February 8, 2005, 4:03 pm
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I need to open a remote desktop on my Linux box. I've configured my
sshd_config file but I think that I have to open 6000 (X11) port. Isn't it?
My firewall is not blocking port 6000 but the door is not open, I scan my
open ports and port 6000 is not open.
How can I open it? What service opens it? X11?
I hope soemone can help me.
Re: Remote desktop with X11.
ssh. At least I have never been successfully.
My workaround is use PuTTY. B
Before loging in with PuTTY, make certain the X11 Forwarding tunnel and
MIT Magic Cookie are set. Login in. Your DISPLAY environment variable
should be set correctly.
Start your favorite X app (nedit for example) in the background. It
really is this simple.
I have not found a "desktop" that can be started this way.
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