jonathan at barumtrading.co.uk
Mon Apr 24 09:52:17 UTC 2006
Jay Cliburn wrote:
> Jonathan Allen wrote:
> > And what do you type at the shell prompt to actually start the X session
> > at the remote end and display it locally ?
That gives me all sorts of error messages and stuff at the remote end
because I am runnning my normal Gnome window manager at the local end
and it doesn't want to have two gnome sessions.
I find that it will run an individual task (xterm, ooffice, etc.) fine,
but one of the reasons I wanted this was to be able to do remote system
admin using the various drop-down menus and service lists that are a part
of the standard Gnome session/desktop.
Any ideas ?
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