A simple replacement for seamless ssh -X

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  • #5633
    Avatarskh
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    Hello, I’ve some issues with using NoMachine (CentOS6 server, OS X client).

    As simple as possible, I just want to use to open an application on the server the same way you would via ssh -X, and running the command.  I do not have (or want) a desktop (Gnome, KDE, etc), or to use X11 on the server side.

    I am using the enterprise terminal version, and have tried a million different combinations using the client software “Custom session” & “Run the following command”, etc.  It’s on a local network, have fully disabled the firewall.

    I get to the Custom session screen, and for simplicity lets say I’m trying to open xterm (which is installed) on the remote.  Nomatter what I do (via SSH, NX, etc), I get “Ooops! The connection with the server was lost.  Error is 100: protocol error”.

    nxserver.log and nxerror.log give no useful information.

    I have searched and tried all of the “headless” configuration options.

    Any pointers appreciated.

    #5645
    AvatarBritgirl
    Keymaster

    Custom session in floating window mode requires XQuartz to be installed on OS X. You can install it by opening Applications => Utilities => X11 and by following the instructions shown there. More details can be found here: http://support.apple.com/en-is/HT201341

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