[K12OSN] More OO.o export goodness (man this is a difficultsubject!)
dhuckaby at paasda.org
Fri Apr 16 18:30:49 UTC 2004
If backLTSP is in the '/etc/hosts' file...
It should just route you straight through to the backLTSP machine
directly I believe.
It is only piping the appliation to the display not the entire windows
It wouldn't make sense for it to export the whole desktop from backLTSP
when you are only
From: k12osn-bounces at redhat.com [mailto:k12osn-bounces at redhat.com] On
Behalf Of Dan Bo
Sent: Friday, April 16, 2004 11:19 AM
To: k12osn at redhat.com
Subject: [K12OSN] More OO.o export goodness (man this is a
Either I'm missing something really important here, or
this doesn't answer my question at all: you tell me
which. Since I am in an X session exported from the
LTSP server (localhost) to the client (ws001) when I
open the xterm and type ssh backLTSP ...blah blah
blah..., I am now exporting the backLTSP OO.o app to
localhost, and the localhost display to ws001, when
what I really want is OO.o exported directly from
backLTSP to ws001 without localhost being in the way
there. Is this prudent? Is it possible (I'm positive
the answer is yes on that one)? Will it wreak havoc
with the Gnome session I am currently in?
The best way to run applications on another box
besides your main LTSP
server(we'll call this "localhost"), like say on a
backup LTSP server
(we'll call this "backLTSP", defined in /etc/hosts).
If you're doing NIS authentication, this should work
modification. If not, you'll need to create duplicate
accounts on both
the main LTSP server (localhost) and backup LTSP
From a terminal session, type the following:
$ ssh backLTSP
type in the appropriate username and password....then:
Voila, your OpenOffice Writer program should appear,
same applies to
virtually any program that runs under X. I use it
with gkrellm to keep
track of resources on other Linux boxes all the time.
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