* John Andersen <jsamyth(a)gmail.com> [05-28-11 21:57]:
On 5/28/2011 4:51 PM, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
* John Andersen <jsamyth(a)gmail.com>
> On 5/25/2011 8:23 AM, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
And since its a different machine, perhaps you
use a different putty
profile, does the putty profile for the 11.4 machine have Enable X11
no putty involved, ssh running on both machines.
Ok, well, you used the word putty in your first post, so I just naturally
jumped to the conclusion that it was involved here, otherwise why in gods name
did you mention it?
quote "I can access 11.2 from 11.4 and my wife's win7 (cygwin w/X and/or
putty) box via ssh -X w/o any problem. Can run X apps w/o a problem."
What I failed to say was that I cannot forward X from the 192.168.1.10
(11.4) box to the 192.168.1.3 (11.2) box either
So let me rephrase: With what ever you are launching
the SSH session on
windows, given that you are accessing two different machines, are you sure
that both of those machines are set up exactly the same in your
windows 7 software such that you forward X11 when accessing either
the two linux boxes have identical ssh and firewall settings for X access.
Is it possible there is a user specific ssh config in
~.ssh/ directory that is over-riding the one in /etc
the only thing the <user>/.ssh/ is known.hosts
Have you turned off the opensuse 11.4 firewall
momentarily to see
if this solves things?
yes, no difference :^(
I just completed a fresh install of 11.4 on a brand
new drive, and
other than starting the service and opening a firewall port I don't remember
doing anything else to get to get ssh with XForwarding working.
running sshd on port 22 on 192.168.1.10 (11.4), same as on 192.168.1.3 (11.2).
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