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Re: [K12OSN] Java issue here too (k12 4.1.1)

You can use ssh to create a tunnel for your vnc connection:

1. ssh -L 3700:ltspserver:5900 ssh_host_that_you_connect_to

Do the above from your remote machine; that is, if you're doing this from home, run the above command on your home machine. You'll get prompted for your password and it will seem like a regular ssh session.

2. vncviewer localhost:3700

Do this also on your remote/home machine. Step 1 sets up a tunnel from port 3700 on your local machine to port 5900 on the remote machine. VNC listens on port 5900 by default, so if you're using a different port, adjust the number accordingly. When you point the vncviewer at port 3700 on the local machine, the connection is sent over ssh to port 5900 on the remote server, in this case, to the LTSP server where the vnc daemon is listening.


Rob Owens wrote:

If you edit sshd_config to say "X11Forwarding yes", then you can run Mozilla on the remote server via SSH and it will display on your screen at home.


--- On Mon 01/10, John Baillie < jbaillie stmarys-school org > wrote: From: John Baillie [mailto: jbaillie stmarys-school org] To: k12osn redhat com Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2005 22:29:12 -0500 Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Java issue here too (k12 4.1.1)

<br><br>A year or so ago a LUG member set up a vnc connection to the school for<br>me and access to the gui. Wish I still had that set up so I could test<br>changes to such things from home.<br><br>John<br><br><br>"Terrell Prudé, Jr." <microman cmosnetworks com> Wrote:<br><br>What version of Mozilla? I have no problems and am using 1.7.3.<br><br>Also, does Firefox crash on these same WWW sites?<br><br>--TP<br><br>John Baillie wrote:<br><br> We have a 4.1.1 k12 server that I installed firefox on. Went back to<br> Mozilla and now sites with java crash mozilla.<br> I have done the following<br> yum remove firefox<br> yum remove j2re*<br> yum remove mozilla<br> reinstalled mozilla and j2re and j2re-plugin via yum<br> <br> I looked at the sym links and all appear to be correct<br> <br> [root thomas plugins]# ls -l libjavaplugin_oji.so<br> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 67 Jan 10 20:40 libjavaplugin_oji
so -><br> /usr/java/j2re1.4.2_05/plugin/i386/ns610-gcc32/libjavaplugin_oji.so<br> and I have compared this server to another and everything looks the<br> same. Obviously it's not :-\ but darn if I can see it. I'll try the<br> script in Install Additional Software dir but I'm looking at the<br> get.java script it refers to and it seems that yum install should work<br> what am I overlooking here?<br> Thanks,<br> John<br><br>_______________________________________________<br>K12OSN mailing list<br>K12OSN redhat com<br>https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/k12osn<br>For more info see <http://www.k12os.org><br>

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