I have a script, simply to run my Graphical (GUI) Application, as below.
#cat gui.sh #!/bin/bash ./gui -display 127.0.0.1:0.0
When I run it from local machine (
./gui.sh) it runs perfectly fine. But when I am trying to run it from remote machine via ssh, I got following error.
[root@localhost]# ssh -f 192.168.3.77 "cd /root/Desktop/GUI/ && "./gui.sh"" No protocol specified gdm: cannot connect to X server 192.168.3.77:0.0 [root@localhost]#
I don't know, which protocol it is asking or am I missing anything? I tried directly by starting the application, without script [
ssh -f 192.168.3.77 "cd /root/Desktop/GUI/ && "./gui""], but the result is same. I have tried various combinations like
ssh -fY and more but the result is same!
Secondly for my application, there is a must condition that, we have to first go into the directory where the program is located.