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X11 Forwarding on SME

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{{Incomplete}}'''X11 Forwarding with SSH''' is a feature which allows windows of a remotely started (X11) application to be shown on your own (PC) desktop.
{{Note box|Due It is typically used with an SSH client like [ PuTTY]and a X11 Server like [ Xming] installed on the PC. You find more information about configuring PuTTY and Xming in the External Links section below. X11 forwarinf is normally disabled on SME server. To enable X11 forwarding, execute the following commands:  mkdir -p /etc/e-smith/templates-custom/etc/ssh/sshd_config/ cd /etc/e-smith/templates-custom/etc/ssh/sshd_config/ echo X11Forwarding yes > 50X11Forwarding echo X11UseLocalhost yes > 50X11UseLocalhost expand-template /etc/ssh/sshd_config Next we need to a database error install the xath package (from the contents of base repository, so this page has been lost (see also should be enabled by default):  yum install xauth The reboot is required to get the SSH server started properly with the forwarding enabled:  signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot === External Links === [ Linux-TIP X11 Forwarindg using SSH] [Bugzillahttp:3327// PuTTY official Home Page[ Wikipedia on PuTTY]), it would be nice if the contributor of this page could recreate it's page [ Xming project website] [http://en.wikipedia.}}org/wiki/Xming Wikipedia on Xming X11 Server]

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