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computing:department:unix:x11 [2007/06/08 10:15]
clayton
computing:department:unix:x11 [2009/05/18 17:20]
clayton
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     * Now open X windows as usual (it may be easiest to test with a small, quick program such as xclock). Don't set the ''​DISPLAY''​ variable at the remote system; ssh will have set it for you.      * Now open X windows as usual (it may be easiest to test with a small, quick program such as xclock). Don't set the ''​DISPLAY''​ variable at the remote system; ssh will have set it for you. 
  
-If you have problems, start by checking the value of ''​DISPLAY''​ at the remote system (using "''​printenv DISPLAY''"​ or similar). Some servers don't switch on X11 tunnelling by default, in which case you have to use the "''​-X''"​ flag when connecting to them (eg "''​ssh -hostname''"​).+If you have problems, start by checking the value of ''​DISPLAY''​ at the remote system (using "''​printenv DISPLAY''"​ or similar). Some servers don't switch on X11 tunnelling by default, in which case you have to use the "''​-Y''"​ flag when connecting to them (eg "''​ssh -hostname''"​).
  
-   * If you don't have ssh installed on your system, check out our [[:FIXME|Secure Shell page]] ​<- FIXME for information on where to get it. +   * If you don't have ssh installed on your system, check out our [[:computing:​department:​software:​ssh|Secure Shell page]] for information on where to get it. 
computing/department/unix/x11.txt · Last modified: 2009/05/18 17:21 by clayton