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Old 06-14-2004, 03:09 PM   #1
Ynog
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X Server port 6000 not starting (fixed)


Question I have a Fedora Core 2 system.

I cannot seem to get the X Server to start where it binds to port 6000
so that it can accept incoming tcp requests. Remote X applications.

Does anyone know where this is set.

if I do an nmap X11 doesn't show up for port 6000, while on another
Fedora 1 machine it does (works fine).

some notes: I tried the DisallowTCP = false, and the firewall is off.

Apparently the inital DisallowTCP=false didn't propagate. Anyway that
appears to have solved the problem.


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