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I have PCQ-Linux 2004 installed on my desktop computer. I am trying to connect to a Unix server X-window session from my desktop. I am using telnet. I am able to login in the server but when i try to get the display of the server on my desktop i get the message like
with X Server----do you mean the server to with i am logging in?
with Client------do you mean the desktop on which i want the display?
Well i will agian Clear my question.
I have PCQ Linux 2004 Installed on my Desktop Computer. We have a Unix Server Installed in our institution. I am logging in the Unix Server through telnet from my desktop (through pcq linux).
There is no problem with the telnet. Its fine. Now i want to run the Fluent software from the server. and i want the software display interface on my desktop.
so now can u pls explore ur reply
pls let me know in detail., i am not very good at linux
well but one more thing i want to ask you. when i am doing the same thing from a red hat linux box then its getting fine and there is no error. I don't have to give any such command which you have mentioned for red hat.
for red hat i am giving
DISPLAY='MY DESKOTP IP ADDRESS:0"
and then i telnet to the unix server and everything works fine