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How can i run linuxconf from remote station ?
I want connect linux server as superuser, because the root can't connect from remote station, linux doesn't permit it.
how can i do it ?. I proved with a user with equilence superuser privilege and i can't run linuxconf iwth this user.
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I assume that you're connected via an x-terminal.

You indeed connot login as root. After you logged in as a user try

"su -", this will Switch to User root, and ask you for the root password.

Then to make sure the graphical output is exported to the correct screen you have to set your DISPLAY-variable.
first find out what your local-IP adress is.
Then

"export DISPLAY=<localIP>:0"
where <localIP> is your IP adres

e.g. "export DISPLAY=192.168.1.1:0"
then you can run linuxconf
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That's ok i needed the tricks su- for connect as root to the linux server.

Thank's a lot
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