Remote LinuxConf

Posted on 1999-07-02
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Last Modified: 2010-05-18
I'm trying to use a linuxconf session in my linux server.. i set up two machines server.sin.mx and workst.sin.mx I'm trying to setup an account in the server and I conect to it via telnet the I su root ... i run linuxconf...

 Error Message form remadmin: Xlib: conection to workst.sin.mx:0.0 refused by server...

how can I make it work!!?
Question by:carlosvs

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n0thing earned 400 total points
ID: 1634920
On server.sin.mx you'll need to allow the X connection from workst by using the command:
server# xhost +workst.sin.mx
then telnet do telnet again. If you want the server to send
the display to workst. You'll to do the reverse.
workst# xhost +server.sin.mx


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ID: 1634921
An Excellent..answer for the easy question!!..


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