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Basically I've got a redhat 9 machine ip 192.168.1.102, my machine 192.168.1.101. Im using secure CRT and have checked the "Enable X11 forwarding" box. I went through all of the threads here and did a search on how to enable x11 forwarding on redhat 9, i went into sshd_conf and changed those three options to yes and also did the same thing in ssh_config.
When I login, everything goes swell, but when you type:
[strago@localhost strago]$ emacs x
Connection lost to X server `localhost:10.0'
Distribution: Gentoo, Debian, Ubuntu, Red Hat/CentOS
I never did that, but when you connect 2 linux boxes with X11 forwarding you:
$ssh -C program_name
I suspect however it may be your net set up on the linux box (just a hunch)
from the command line type:
$cat /etc/hosts #you should see something like:
# Do not remove the following line, or various programs
# that require network functionality will fail.
127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost
192.168.1.1 erika.natelan.net erika
192.168.1.2 debbie.natelan.net debbie
192.168.1.3 delia.natelan.net delia
192.168.1.4 redbox4.natelan.net redbox4