Hi, I have a headless CentOS 6.4 PC I use for backup purposes. I ssh in each day to check status. I have been playing around with "ssh -x" recently.
To run firefox I need to type ssh -X firstname.lastname@example.org /usr/bin/firefox -no-remote
Something like putty is very basic ssh -X email@example.com putty
However if I want to run system-config-network I am not sure what flags to add:
after ssh -X firstname.lastname@example.org /usr/bin/system-config-network
I am asked for abc's password as normal. then the root password for 10.1.1.99, then I get
TERM environment variable needs set.
I don't know which computer is displaying this message and I have not been able to find any solutions on the 'net.
I would be grateful if anyone has suggestions.