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Debian GNU/Linux Reference Guide
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9.4.8 Connecting to a remote X server – ssh

The use of ssh enables a secure connection from a local X server to a remote application server.

  • Set X11Forwarding and AllowTcpForwarding entries to yes in /etc/ssh/sshd_config of the remote host, if you want to avoid corresponding command-line options.

  • Start the X server on the local host.

  • Open an xterm in the local host.

  • Run ssh to establish a connection with the remote site.

         localname @ localhost $ ssh -q -X -l loginname remotehost.domain
         Password:
         .....
    
  • Run X application commands on the remote site.

         loginname @ remotehost $ gimp &
    

This method allows the display of the remote X client output as if it were locally connected through a local UNIX domain socket.


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