Networking X Using the Secure Shell

The secure shell (ssh) command makes it easy to use the remote display facilities of the X Window System, using a command format similar to the one used for general-purpose remote logins. If you've forgotten the general-purpose use of the ssh command, review “Logging In Remotely Using ssh” in Chapter 24, “Using Other Systems Remotely at the Command Line.”

Firewall Causing You Trouble?

If you find that many of the techniques in this chapter don't work for your Red Hat Fedora Core 4 system, see the section titled “Configuring Firewall Security for Remote Display” later in this chapter. There, you learn how to alter ...

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