ssh X11 forwarding not working on FreeBSD 6.2
josh at tcbug.org
Tue Jul 24 21:41:37 UTC 2007
On Tuesday 24 July 2007, Pollywog wrote:
> On Tuesday 24 July 2007 15:59:22 Terry Todd wrote:
> > I have installed Xming successfully on a Windows XP system.
> > It works OK to a FC6 system and an older UNIXware system.
> > However when trying to connect to a FreeBSD 6.2 system with PuTTY
> > ssh it doesn't work. PuTTY has Enable X11 forwarding checked.
> When I saw this post, I thought it was mine, because I am having
> the same problem, but only in FreeBSD and not Linux and my
> configurations on both are very much the same (for sshd).
> I am also unable to use port forwarding in vnc (fbsd 6.2) but I am
> not certain whether this is related to the X11 Forwarding issue or
> if it is something unrelated. SSH complains that it cannot use the
> designated port (I have tried different ports.
> BTW I can do SSH port forwarding from my fbsd computer (client) to
> Linux (server) but cannot do this from Linux to fbsd.
> I changed
> X11DisplayOffset 10
> X11DisplayOffset 1
> as mentioned in another post in this thread but that did not help.
Is tcp listening still off by default on FreeBSD? Last time I tried
to do anything with remote X (which was ages ago) I had to find the
goo that was disabling it, I think it was tcp nolisten or something
in the startx script.
Mind you we are talking FBSD 4.x here, but the errors seem very
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