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X is a server like almost everything in Linux, you may use it to connect from other computer. If you don't want other external client to use it, you should close the port (every open port can be considered as a potential security hole).
Xdm/Gdm/Kdm are the GUI login screen. Instead of login in text mode, you get a nice useless graphical login...
how can i do a x terminal? what is x terminal means for?
if let say i want to make a connection such that machine b is logging on to machine a. then, from machine b, how can i get a graphical windows manager from machine a, then, i do a administration of machine a from machine b? can i do this??? just go through port 6000??? pls advice??
by terminal, I mean "a client computer without X that will connect on a server one serving X".
I never tried a X server, but you should be able to manage the "a" machine from the "b" machine as long the "b" machine will log in X as root account, of course.
what is the field i should look in it???
i googled plenty of information but none of them are as what i wan to do..
or may be do u have information or url regarding in this..
i want to try it at home...