I have the reverse problem that most people seem to be having. If I start an X application while logged into ssh, it displays on the server(host) machine instead of the client(local). This is the ...
I'm setting up a media server for my movies. The server is networked and so are a couple laptops/desktops. The server is running the latest Ubuntu (desktop edition, not server). This is the scenario ...
Consider a situation where I'm logging in over SSH from machine A to machine B, I have an X session on machine A, and I want to run an X program on B. ssh -X B makes this work transparently. But what ...
I have a machine running Ubuntu which I SSH to from my Fedora 14 machine. I want to forward X from the Ubuntu machine back to Fedora so I can run graphical programs remotely. Both machines are on a ...
What are the (best) solutions for remote desktop in linux? Ideally I'd like to be able to be able to log in to a remote X (KDE) session without even logging into my local machine. Maybe if I could ...
I have two Mac OS X clients, both running XQuartz 2.1.6 (xorg-server 1.4.2-apple33). When I SSH into a remote linux system enabling X11 forwarding and launch gnome-terminal, on one Mac the terminal ...
Using XForwarding, you can access GUI applications over ssh between two Xorg-powered machines (and sometimes even from a windows machine). Is there a way to access OSX applications (like Finder) from ...