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Re: [ProgSoc] xhosts and xservers etc
On Thu, 4 Mar 1999, James Wan wrote:
] Yeh on the server, you have to do a setenv, which allows your x-client
] access to the display.
More specifically, set the DISPLAY environment variable (using setenv, if using
csh) should be set to:
] and on your xclient, you use the xhost command to that x-server.
xhost is required if an X server is running on the client machine. If it's the
'Xwin thingy' you should just need to point it at ftoomsh (not sure off hand
how to do this - prompted when opening the X session ?).
] On Thu, 4 Mar 1999, Vik wrote:
] > Greetings all,
] > I am under the impression one can run X-apps on ftoomsh with the display
] > and input going to/coming from a local machine (I am not using the words
] > server and client as I can never remember which is which :) If this is
] > so, does one need to configure any files on the remote machine (ftoomsh)?
] > And what would one need to do on the local machine (likely to be a
] > win3.11 box with a Xwin thingie). Any tricks/tips/ideas/abuse?
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