deny of x sessions
Alain G. Fabry
alainfabry at belgacom.net
Thu Nov 16 12:58:06 PST 2006
With ssh it works, both with -Y and -X, but I need this to work also with regular telnet.
On Thu, Nov 16, 2006 at 11:53:18AM -0800, Garrett Cooper wrote:
> Alain G. Fabry wrote:
> >I've just installed KDE 4.5.3 on a FreeBSD 6.1 system.
> >I'm having problem getting an x-window from another PC when I'm connected
> >to that PC via telnet (with ssh -X .... everything works fine)
> >When I telnet to the other machine and export/setenv my DISPLAY
> >environment towards the display I'm telnetting from, I get the following
> >xterm Xt error: Can't open display: 10.0.0.250:0.0
> >I've already tried to change the kdmrc by removing the -nolisten tcp or
> >commenting out
> >ServerArgsLocal=-nolisten tcp
> >but this does not seem to work either....when I reboot, it even undoes all
> >the changes I've made to the file (as root)
> >Anybody can give me some advise on what I need to do to accept incoming
> >x11 requests.
> >x11 packets are received (seen by a tcpdump) but it just does not want to
> >Just for you info, I did not forget the xhost +
> >Thanks in advance.
> Try ssh -Y instead of ssh -X. ssh -X was deprecated some time ago due to
> security concerns I believe over trusted hosts and X11 forwarding
> (Google that particular flag because there are a lot of discussion items
> out there about this).
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