Paula J. Lindsay wrote: > Hi everyone, > > I have a box running fedora core 2. I cannot set the display back > to this box when I'm on another machine. Here is what > > I type: > > berry:/home/paula: xhost + > > then I open up a terminal and ssh to another machine. When I get > to the other machine, I type, > > straws:/home/paula: setenv DISPLAY berry:0.0 > permission denied > > > and it does not work. There is no selinux or firewalls up, so it > isn't a security issue. Does someone know something about this? I > don't have this trouble on any of my other boxes. > > Many thanks, > Paula > > Paul, by default, Fedora is set to "Deny TCP connections to X server". You can change this by going to System --> Administration --> Login Screen --> Security. There is a check box for it. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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