Long delay and error message starting remote X session
I have just installed FC2 (fully patched) on one of my machines and I have been trying to set up LTSP.
Everything was working fine (I hadn't got LTSP fully working but everything else was OK) but a strange error has appeared.
Every time I login to X remotely or run a Gnome-Terminal in a remote X session there is a long (several minutes) delay and (in the case of starting a shell in a Gnome-Terminal) the following error appears:
Couldn't open connection to tewit:9200: Connection timed out
Apart from the long delay, everything works fine.
The name of the machine I am logging in from is tewit. This error does not appear if I ssh to the box from tewit.
Port 9200 doesn't mean anything to me and the only references I could find to it are in relation to Lexmark printers and Wireless Application Protocol, neither of which I use.
Since I only installed the OS yesterday, I have been making a lot of changes to it but the only changes I have made very recently relate to LTSP. I have installed tftp and reconfigured syslog to accept remote logging - I cannot see that either of these is relevant.
Can anyone suggest where to look to find the problem?