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I know if I had more time I could find out how to do this BUT<<<   What file do I need to edit  on a Solaris 2.6 machine to allow only the hosts I want to connect for a xwindow program.  They can already get there through a regular telnet. but it wont let me redirect my display to another machine..  
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~/.Xauthority
but you usually use xhost program for that, see man xhost and man X
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Thanks.  Im sorry to  ask such a lame question but I am kinda strapped for time...


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