X display on another system
Can somebody tell me what I need to do in order to get the "--display=" parameter of GNOME applications to work? I think it's also possible to "set DISPLAY=192.168.0.3:0.0"... No?
When I try to do this (from system 192.168.0.2), I get the following message:
(gedit:11676): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display: 192.168.0.3:0.0
On the target machine (192.168.0.3), I have tried "$ xhost +192.168.0.2"... No luck. Is there somewhere else I need to enable security? (Also, I cannot locate a log file to give me a clue.)
Many thanks in advance...
You have to export the terminal to the target:
Then you type commands.
If you want another way, read this:
HI... Thanks for that info. However, i tried it, and I still get the same message. The info in the link you gave is basically what I tried earlier... :(
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