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October 4, 2003, 7:42 pm
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ssh -R 5022:localhost:22 user@host -c blowfish
While I am at home I run:
ssh -X -p 5022 different_user@localhost -C -c blowfish
So I am now working from home. The problem is that $DISPLAY is not
set. This doesn't pose a problem yet because X forwarding is still
sending Xwindows to my home display. The issue is: after I ssh to
work and then ssh to another network server the $DISPLAY variable is
set to the display of the original machine I ssh'd to and Xwindows are
now sent to it rather than home.
I don't know why $DISPLAY is not set on the original ssh but all I
want is for the windows from the second ssh'd to server to end up at
home. Is the first problem the cause of the second? More
importantly, how do I solve the second problem.
Thanks for any help.
Please email responses to me.
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