Jeff Dike wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 17, 2007 at 11:24:21AM +0000, clowncoder wrote:
>> For the above problem, look for "-nolisten tcp" in the /etc, or do "ps
>> -ef |grep nolisten",
>> if the X server is configured with nolisten, then you cannot have X.
> There's also a GUI app for configuring all this - which I can't
> remember the name of.
Thanks to all for your help, anyway
I have found this (geek) solution:
1) run uml redirecting the port 5555 on the host using slirp
2) creating a ssh tunnel from host to guest mapping port 5901 to 5901
3) start vncserver on guest
4) start vncviewer on host
I am thinking to write a micro how-to because, at my knowledge, this
a good way for a "portable linux environment"
without requiring root privileges on the host machine
(if, of course, in the host machine is already installed vncviewer or
some other similar software)