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Re: Local frame for a remote emacs

From: Peter Dyballa
Subject: Re: Local frame for a remote emacs
Date: Fri, 6 Nov 2009 18:10:59 +0100

Am 06.11.2009 um 06:00 schrieb Jason Sewall:

"X11 connection rejected because of wrong authentication

*ERROR*: Display localhost:10.0 can't be opened"

In terms of X and, what are these commands doing differently? Is the
$DISPLAY that emacs --daemon is started in somehow causing the remote
access to fail?

Any ideas?

How about:

        xhost localhost:10.0

It might also work to leave away the ":10.0" part. The command allows access from your local machine's nominal display #10, screen #0 on the display (usually 0) on which you are working. Leaving away that ": 10.0" specifier would allow every X related process running on your computer to connect to your X server.

The ssh protocols have extra options for (port) re-direction...

I'm neither no X authorisation expert...



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