> > I would like to access my Linux machine remotely via the XDMCP protocol.
> > I've configured my Linux system to start automatically X-Windows upon
> > start-up. I think the program launched is PreFDM ( the one of GNOME ).
> In order to get XDMCP working you do not need to start X on your
> machine. Just type in "xdm" as root and it's working.
I tried gdm too. When I did start it the first time it did work localayQuote:> Then when I try a XDMCP connection with X-Win Pro or another X-Server for
> Windows, I can't reach the host. But I can telnet with no problem.
Hope this does the trick for you too.
:> In order to get XDMCP working you do not need to start X on your
:> machine. Just type in "xdm" as root and it's working.
: Yes, I have do that. But I launch gdm.
The 1.x versions of gdm don't do xdmcp properly. You'll need to get the
2.0 package from 6.1, and then change "Enable" to 1 in the "xdmcp" section
of gdm.conf to get it working.
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