Just to address the last post on this subject - Where my problem lies is not in allowing others accessing this computer by remote x but this computer accessing others by remote. A search on google produced several docs stating that only certain gdm versions will allow you to choose to access a remote x server.|
I checked out ltsp but it seems more based on allowing remote access in this computer then setting up this computer to access others (I could be wrong though, but I can't see where it is). I just updated the software and went from gdm-2.20.1-5 to gdm-2.20.2-2. No good. I've edited the custom file but no change. I'll just uninstall this version and try and locate the version you have mentioned to me- maybe its the key to it all...
> Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2008 19:32:32 +1000
> From: brianchad westnet com au
> To: fedora-list redhat com
> Subject: Re: Xdmxp login to remote machine via gdm
> Frank Cox wrote:
> > On Sat, 19 Jan 2008 00:40:29 +0000
> > Da Rock <rock_on_the_web hotmail com> wrote:
> >> Guys, I know that the current version of gdm on fedora has a serious lack of support for remote xdmcp login, but I need a workaround! I want to login from a crappy machine using XP to relieve a bottleneck of systems using VMWare and a fc8 appliance.
> > I have found that sticking with gdm-2.20.1-7.fc8 works well with my LTSP
> > setup. You can download that from any of the mirrors.
> What serious lack of support? XDMCP works fine here ...
> System > Administration> Login Window > Remote > Style > Same as Local.
> You just have to restart X
> no probs with it
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