Re: gdm issues
- From: D-Man <dman d137-l025 rh rit edu>
- To: Hugo Gayosso <hgayosso gnu org>
- CC: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: gdm issues
- Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1999 23:40:46 -0500
Thanks for the help!
When XDMCP didn't work the first time I tried, I figured there had to be
some setup to do. I'm glad that it is this simple.
I guess it is the same problem for the Sparcs as it is for X-Win ?
I guess I'll find out soon enough when I try it again.
Hugo Gayosso wrote:
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> You have to enable xdmcp:
> On 16-Nov-99 D-Man wrote:
> > I have RH6.1 installed on my computer (Intel Pentium) with Gnome and
> > WindowMaker (whatever versions come with RH, I couldn't find ver.
> > numbers).
> > In the labs are Sun Sparc stations (Ultra1 and Ultra10) running Solaris
> > and using their dt login. I can login to CDE or "OpenWindows"
> > (OpenWindows uses my .xinitrc which runs Afterstep right now). I can
> > also specifiy "remote login". This would work for any of the machines
> > in the lab.
> > My problem is that I can't remote login to my computer from the lab. I
> > get an error saying that the host name was valid, but that no dtlogin or
> > display manager running. I am running gdm (or maybe xdm, whatever the
> > default is, I get the Gnome logo when I boot). And, yes, my computer
> > was running when I tried to remote login ( ;-) ).
> > What would I need to do to fix this problem? Also, what is required to
> > allow XDMCP (for X-Win)?
> > Thank you for all your help,
> > -D
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