Check the server log (usually under /var/log/XFree86.0.log) on the
server you're trying to connect to.
Most likely you might need to give permissions for the client that tries
to connect using `xauth' from the server.
shell# xauth add client.host:0 MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1
shell# xauth list
client.host:0 MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 <cookie number>
On Tue, 2004-04-27 at 17:00 +0530, Sridhar R wrote:
Bharathi S said:
Can you explain, what actully you want to do ?
There is a debian linux server with X and some X programs (like xchat)
installed. I am working from node (running RH7.3) connecting with that
server. Since IRC, FTP, etc can be used only from the debian server I
wanted to run xchat in debian, but the display should be on RH7.3.
The problem is nothing is happening when typed this
$ DISPLAY="ipaddressofRH:0.0" xchat
(No bash prompt back!)
Where does X logs everything?
Bharathi S, www.MidasComm.com,
Intel Lab, TeNeT, IIT-Madras.
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