I read up a lot about forwarding x-server onto remote machines, but I feel like I'm too dumb to get it to work. Let me first explain my goal:
I have a Rasberry Pi running archarm hooked up to a TV. Because it is lacking power for some jobs (e.g. watching large flash videos), I want to kind of compute them on my laptop and send the X output to my Pi. I tried some tutorials on the net without success. I think that my laptop is the
remote-machine, and the pi the
client. So I enabled
X11Forwarding in /etc/ssh/sshd_config on the Laptop issued
xhost + and restarted the service. After that I used
ssh -X user@laptop_ip to connect. As I issued
startx, the Display on my LAPTOP started a new xfce session.
Do I understand the concept wrong? How can I make the Pi act as a remote machine, so that they both share the screen from the laptop?