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Debian GNU/Linux Reference Guide
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9.4.8 Connessioni ad un X server remoto – ssh

L'uso di ssh permette una connessione sicura da un server X locale ad un application server remoto.

  • Impostate i parametri di X11Forwarding e AllowTcpForwarding a yes in /etc/ssh/sshd_config sull'host remoto.

  • lanciate l' X server sull'host locale.

  • Aprite un xterm sul'host locale.

  • Lanciate ssh per stabilire una connessione col sito remoto.

         localname @ localhost $ ssh -q -X -l loginname remotehost.domain 
         Password:
         .....
    
  • Eseguire comandi di applicazioni X sul sito remoto.

         loginname @ remotehost $ gimp &
    

Questo metodo permette la visione dell'output del client X remoto come fosse connesso localmente attraverso uno UNIX domain socket.


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