For a while I was connecting on my LAN from a laptop running a 32-bit Slackware installation to a desktop running Debian Squeeze 32-bit. Since I switched to wheezy/testing amd64, my 32-bit laptop can't connect to the 64-bit Debian desktop. Do I need to re-re-examine my configuration or are 32 to 64 bit xdmcp connections not possible?
To be more precise, the desktop is broadcasting so I can see it on my laptop when I choose "remote login." I click to make the connection, the screen goes blank like it normally would, I get a mouse cursor, and then very quickly I get my local graphic login again. No connection is made. I can't find anything in Xorg logs to give me a clue.
But truth be told I haven't read them line by line.
I grepped for the IP of remote machine.