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Old 04-03-2010, 03:16 PM   #16
sunnydrake
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i have working configs
-Server linux
Xorg server
openssh server(sshd)
-Clients
WinPc
Xming + putty(installs with ming)
user@host then just type app to run
LinuxPc
Xserver + ssh
connect by ssh -X user@host then just type app to run(you need to be in tty with X)

this is just plain and easy there is a few opts which default not enabled in ubuntu that can block access.

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