Re: [gentoo-user] Small (as in footprint) window manager
Tue, 04 Dec 2018 06:36:56
# ssh -Y <username>@<hostname>
"<username>@" is optional. Without it, ssh will use the username you are using on the client.
"<hostname>" is either an IP address or, if you have a hosts file or DNS server configured, the hostname.
The "-Y" sorts out the forwarding for X applications.
On December 4, 2018 5:26:09 AM UTC, Thomas Mueller <mueller6724@×××.com> wrote:
>> On 2018-12-03, Thomas Mueller <mueller6724@×××.com> wrote:
>> > I see also the suggestion
>> > $ ssh -Y <server>
>> > but what would be the syntax for specifying <server> where <server>
>> > is a different computer on the same local network?
>> Does it have an IP address?
>> Grant Edwards
>I see where I missed changing the Subject from an old message:
>embarrassing on me.
>Being on the same local network, the other machine would have an
>intranet IP address of 192.168.0.x, where x would be a number >= 2.
>I have mounted file systems by NFS but have never accessed an X server
>by ssh. I don't think I ever used ssh command directly.
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