Xwindow display ?

Xwindow display ?

Post by Christian Gosseli » Tue, 19 May 1998 04:00:00



I am working by telnet on a SunOs from home and I want my Linux box to
be the display of the Sun.
So I set up the DISPLAY variable on the Sun to my ip adresse
( c-shell) setenv DISPLAY my_ip_add:0.0
and everything is all right when I verify with the env command.

The problem is when I launch an X-window app (let's say sdr) I get this
error msg: "
% Xlib: connection to "207.96.229.129:0.0" refused by server
Xlib: Client is not authorized to connect to Server
Sdr: couldn't connect to display "207.96.229.129:0.0"
"

where is the problem ?

 
 
 

Xwindow display ?

Post by MELOCCARO Den » Tue, 19 May 1998 04:00:00


You should type xhost +The_IP_of_the_Sun to enable the Sun X server to
connect to your display.

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Xwindow display ?

Post by Pat Thoyt » Tue, 19 May 1998 04:00:00



> You should type xhost +The_IP_of_the_Sun to enable the Sun X server to
> connect to your display.

Yes because then I could run
% xwd -root -silent -display your.host:0.0 | xwud
and see what you're doing.

Read the Xsecurity manual page and maybe look for xhost on the web.
Basically you can type xhost +my.home.host and only people with access
to the Sun server can see your display. Or you can use xauth or xdm.

eg: (using xauth)
% xauth extract - $DISPLAY | rsh sun '/usr/openwin/bin/xauth merge -'
% rsh sun "/usr/openwin/bin/xterm -display `hostname`:0.0"

or  (using xdm)
% X :0 -query sun > ~/xerrors 2>&1 &

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