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> [solved] Problem Using X11 Forwarding
mitro
post Oct 17 2005, 08:09 AM
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Hello,

I'm trying to export the display of my Zaurus to my laptop, to be able to run various apps.

- Zaurus: SL 760 / Pdaxrom rc11
- laptop: windows XP running a linux virtual machine (vmware)

The Zaurus is connected to the laptop using USB cable (IP over USB between Zaurus and virtualized linux).
Network is ok since I can browse the web for example using my Zaurus.

I wish to run some Z apps on my laptop, then I tried:

Zaurus:
- Edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config:
X11Forwarding: yes
X11DisplayOffset 10

--> restart sshd

Laptop:
# xhost +
# ssh -X root@zaurus

--> xterm works (I mean I can see the xterm window on my laptop)
--> all the others apps do not work. Most of the time, connection is frozen.

Is someone can help me to solve this ?

[edit]
USB networking seem to be very unstable here... For example, the connection hangs if I type:
# ssh root@zaurus
# ls -l /usr/lib

May be it is because of this I can't manage to export X apps properly...
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pgas
post Oct 20 2005, 12:13 PM
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It works fine for me over a wifi connection and a linux pc.

I don' t think you need to do "xhost +" on your laptop
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mitro
post Oct 21 2005, 08:23 AM
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QUOTE(pgas @ Oct 20 2005, 08:13 PM)
It works fine for me over a wifi connection  and a linux pc.


I can now use my USB connection without problem !
I've found today the solution: it was a mtu size problem:
On the Z:
# ifconfig usbd0 mtu 576

and everything is ok now (vnc, scp of big files, etc.)

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I don' t think you need to do "xhost +" on your laptop
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You're right.
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